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MARYLAND 
HISTORICAL MAGAZINE 

Vol. IX. DECEMBER, 1914. No. 4. 



GOVERNOR mCHARD BBNNET. 

MARY NICIIOLSOX BROWNE, A. M., M. D. 

Sir John Bonnet, Knight, the second son of Richard Ben- 
net and Elizabeth Tessdale (a daughter of the founder of 
Pembroke College, Oxford), was an eminent civilian of the 
reigns of Queen Elizabeth and James I, a judge of the Pre- 
rogative Court of Canterbury, and Chancellor of York. In the 
year 1609, when the second Charter was granted to the London 
Compaiiv, he was one of the company. He died in 1627, leav- 
ing three sons: John, Thomas, and Matthew. John married 
Dorothy, daughter of Sir John Crofts of Saxham, and had six 
sons. The oldest. Sir John Bcnnet, was advanced to the peer- 
age by King Charles IT, r.nder the ti^lc of Lord Ussulston, whose 
son was created Earl of Tankerville, by King George I soon 
after his accession. The second son, Henry Bennet, Earl of Ar- 
lington, was advanced to that dignity by King Charles II, as 
"he was descended from worthv ancestors, and in his youth 
trained up in most sorts of learning fit for a gentleman." Soon 
after the Eestoration, the Earl of Arlington was made prin- 
cipal Secretary of State, Knight of the Most Noble Order of 
the Garter, and Lord Chamberlain of His Majesty's Household. 
Governor Richard Bennet was the first cousin of Henry Bennet, 
Earl of Arlington, and was the son of Captain Robert Bennet, 

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a son of the first Sir John Bennet mentioned. His relationship 
to the Earl of Arlington is shown in a letter of Secretary Lud- 
well of Virginia to Henry Bennet, Earl of Arlington, in which 
he speaks of Richard Bennet as Major General Richard Bennet, 
a member of the Earl of Arlington's family hoth hy his name 
and arms.^ 

The Bennet coat of arms contains three demi-lions rampant, 
two above and one below a bezant in the centre. Crest : out of 
a ducal coronet a lion's head charged on the neck with a bezant. 
The motto is: " De bon vouloir servir le roi." This coat of 
arms which had previously been granted to the Bennet family, 
was renewed to Nicholas Bennet in 1632. The coat of arms is 
found in America on at least four tombs of his family: on that 
of Henrietta Maria Neale Lloyd, Avidow of Richard Bennet, Jr., 
who was the son of Governor Bennet; on that of Theodoric 
Bland, who married Anne, daughter of Governor Bennet; and 
on those of Governor Bennet's two grandchildren, Susannah 
Maria Bennet Lowe, and Richard Bennet 3rd of Bennet's Point. 

Governor Richard Bennet came to this country about 1620, to 
take charge of the plantation of his uncle Edward Bennet. Ed- 
ward Bennet, a prominent London merchant trading at Delft, 
had received a tract of land on the Nansemond River in Waras- 
quak County, south of the James River. Here the Indian 
massacre to,ok place on Friday, March 22d, 1622, and more than 
fifty men were killed on what was known as Mr. Edward Ben- 
net's plantation, though he probably never came to Americn. 
Captain Robert Bennet, Governor Richard Bennet's father, came 
over and died here, leaving his son administrator of his estate. 

Soon after Richard Bennet's arrival, he took a prominent part 
in the political life of the colony. He was elected a burgess for 
Warasquyak County in 1629, and in 1632 he was one of the 
justices of the monthly court. He was a Puritan, and a leading 
member of the Puritan, settlement in Virginia. Virginia was 
strictly tinder the Established Church, and Governor Berkeley 
was a strong adherent of the Church of England. In 1642 we 

» Calendar of Colonial State Papers, 1661-1666, p. 401. 



GOVB^OB BICHABD BBUKB*. 



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hear of Kichard Bennet sending a petition by his brother Philip 
to Boston asking for two or three Puritan ministers. These 
were sent, but were ordered by Governor Berkeley the next year 
to return to Boston. In 1648 the Puritans had become so nu- 
merous that the attention of the government was attracted, and 
laws against them were rigorously executed. About 300 of 
them came to Maryland in 164:9, Eichard Bennet being the 
Moses of this exodus from Virginia to Maryland. Their settle- 
ment, named Providence, was later erected into a county bearing 
the name of Anne Arundel in honor of Lady Baltimore, wife of 
Cecilius Calvert. The city that grew up was called first Proc- 
tors, then the town of Anne Arundel, and finally Annapolis. 
This Puritan settlement remained in Maryland, but Boinet 
returned to Virginia. 

The Puritans came to Maryland at the solicitation of Lord 
Baltimore, and were offered land as an inducement to settlement. 
Tt is a significant fact that, though religious toleration had 
previously existed in Maryland by order of Cecilius Calvert, 
just at this time the Maryland General Assembly passed the 
Act concerning religion, the famoiis Toleration Act of 1649, 
whereby " no person professing to believe in Christ shall be 
troubled, molested, or discountenanced, for his or her religion, 
or in the free exercise thereof." This may have been passed as 
an assurance of protection to the Puritans.^ 

IS'otwithstanding the Puritan persecution and Bennet's Puri- 
tan afSliation, his personal influence in Virginia remained un- 
abated, he being a member of the Council in 1642-44, 1645-48. 
The rise in power of the Puritans is easily understood when the 
conditions in England are considered. Nevertheless the Gov- 
ernor of Maryland proclaimed Charles II king, and the Virginia 
House of Burgesses refused to acknowledge the rule of Par- 
liament. Parliament, having established its authority in Eng- 
land, turned its attention to the rebellious colonies. In 1651 an 
Ordinance was passed that the Colonies should be subject to 
the laws and regulations made by Parliament, that those govern- 

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ing the colonies should be considered usurpers and rebels, and 
that navigation should cease. Bennet was appointed one of the 
Commissioners by the Council of State in England " to reduce 
the Plantations within the Bay of Chesapeake to their due obe- 
dience to the Parliament of England." Two of the Commis- 
sioners appointed were already in the colonies — Bennet and 
Claiborne ; the other three were in England — ^Denis, Stagge, and 
Curtis. Captain Denis and Mr. Stagge sailed on the ship / ohn 
and perished in a wreck. Captain Curtis arrived with a copy 
of the Commission, and troops of about 700 men were sent 
over for the Commissioners to use if necessary. 

On the execution of the King, Virginia had become a place 
of refuge for Cavaliers and Royalists. Reinforced by these, 
Governor Berkeley gallantly organized against invasion, and 
sought the aid of some Dutch ships. Virginia meant to fight, 
but owing to the efforts of the Puritan party headed by Richard 
Bennet, Berkeley, after a long and serious consultation, decided 
to surrender to the Commonwealth. The Articles of Surrender 
of the colony is a remarkable paper, and shows Bennet's fore- 
sight and broadminded policy. Its clauses are in thought and 
substance a forerunner of the Declaration of Independence made 
nearly 125 years later. The Articles state: Virginia's sub- 
mission is to be recognized as voluntary and not compulsory. 
The people are to enjoy the privileges of freeborn Englishmen. 
All acts and words against Parliament are pardoned. The 
colony is to have free trade in spite of the ITavigation Acts. 
Virginia is to be free from all taxes imposed without the consent 
of the Assembly. The freemen of Virginia are to elect the 
Bouse of Burgesses in which is vested all legislative authority. 
This body is to elect the Governor and all other officers. Vir- 
ginia is to be free and ind^ndent of England except that no 
law shall be passed contrary to the English Constitution. The 
Articles are signed by Richard Bennet, William Claiborne, and 
Edmond Curtis. Thus did Bennet prove himself a statesman 
and a diplomat. The Honorable John Randolph Tucker, Pro- 
fessor of Law, Washington and Lee College, calk this agreement 



GOVEETTOE EICHAED BENNET. 



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" one of the most remarkable documents of Colonial History." 
Campbell says : " Virginia became almost as free and indepen- 
dent of England as shie was after tlie Revolutionary War." 

Virginia was reduced Mareli 12, 1652, and then the Com- 
missioners according to their instructions from Parliament turn- 
ed their attention to Maryland. Their idea was to leave the 
government as far as possible as it was. Governor Stone, hav- 
ing refused to issue writs in the name of " the keepers of the 
liberties of England, by authority of Parliament " was dis- 
placed and Robert Brooke appointed to act as Governor. Thus 
Maryland was reduced Jklarch 27, 1652. About three months 
later, when 300 inhabitants of Maryland sent a petition to the 
Commissioners requesting that Governor Stone be reinstated, 
he was again made Governor, having agreed to issue writs as 
required. Richard Bennet was desirous of pleasing the inhabi- 
tants of Maryland as far as he could in accordance with his 
position and instructions as Commissioner. 

He was well recognized as a friend of the people of Virginia, 
and reaped the fruits of their confidence and respect. At a 
general Assembly in Virginia, it was unanimously voted by the 
Commissioners and the Burgesses that " until the further pleas- 
ure of the States be known " (i. e., the Commonwealth), Richard 
Bennet be governor for the cnsuinc; year with all just powers 
and authorities belonging to the otSce, and William Claiborne, 
Secretary of State. Bennet was unanimously elected governor, 
April 30, 1652. His election was due neither to compulsion 
nor to intimidation, but represented the free choice of the 
people. In a record of actions of Accomac County, we read 
that the Freemen instructed tbeir Burgesses to vote for Bennet. 

While Governor of Virginia he exercised power in Maryland, 
and assisted the inhabitants there, against the Indians, who were 
now ravaging all the territory between the Susquehanna and the 
Patuxent. The Susquehannough Indians were fierce and war- 
like, a great danger to the safety and prosperity of Maryland. 
They had become more formidable as they were furnished with 
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the Maryland Assembly had passed an act to prepare troops 
against them on account of some murders committed by the In- 
dians. Again Bennet counsels peace, and the Maryland authori- 
ties seeing the wisdom of his plan act accordingly. The Governor 
and Council of Maryland sitting as a court June 28, 1652, 
gave power to Richard Bennet, Edward Lloyd, Wm. Fuller, 
L. Strong, and T. Marsh to consult and treat with the Susquc- 
hannough Indians and to conclude a peace that the safety and 
advantage of the people of Maryland might be enhanced. Hence 
a conference took place between the savages and the Oommission 
of which Bennet was the head, and the treaty was made on the 
banks of the Severn. The Articles, which were agreed upon 
and signed July 5, 1652, gave the English all the land "from 
the Patuxent River to Palmer's Island on the western side of 
the Chesapeake, and from Choptank River to the northeast 
branch to the north of the Elke River on the eastern side of 
the bay." Indians and English promise by solemn agreement 
to be friends, and to give 20 days' notice in case either intends 
to be hostile. Thus the Indians agreed to retire from large 
tracts of land in Maryland. This treaty, not surpassed in point 
of liberality and justice by that made by Wm. Penn with the 
Indians 30 years later, was made under the old poplar tree in 
front of St. John's College at Annapolis, now known as the 
" Liberty Tree." 

Richard Bennet was Governor of Virginia when he made the 
treaty and was re-elected for three successive terms 1652-55. 
In the later year he was selected by the House of Burgesses as 
the man best suited for Commissioner to England in regard to 
the dispute between Virginia and Lord Baltimore. Bennet and 
Mathews appeared against Lord Baltimore to discuss the mat- 
ter before the Committee for Trade in England. Here also wc 
find Bennet a party to a peaceful settlement. An agreement 
was finally concluded and signed by Lord Baltimore, Mathews, 
and Bennet, !N"ov. 30, 1657, that Lord Baltimore be reinstated 
in the government of his province, and a general indemnity on 
both sides was granted. 



GO VEEN OE EICHAED BENWET. 313 

Richard Bennet returning to Virginia in 1658 was chosen 
a member of the Council and was re-elected each year 
until his death. From 1662-'72 he was Major General of the 
Virginia forces. As commander of the troops he displayed 
great bravery against the Dutch, and was highly praised by 
Secretary LudweU for his noble defence of the eastern shore of 
Virginia (Accomac County), as well as of the country around 
the James Eivcr against the ravages of the enemy. His fierce 
and relentless warfare with the Dutch, the declared enemies of 
his country, forms a striking contrast with his peaceful, just, 
and friendly dealings with the Indians, and also with his 
mild and conciliatory treatment of the people of Maryland and 
Virginia even when he was clothed with authority and backed 
with military force. A friend of the celebrated George Fox, 
founder of the Society of Friends, said of Eichard Bennet : "He 
was a solid wise man, received the truth and died in the same." 
In Neill's Virginia Vetusta, we read: "Before the insurrection 
[Bacon's rebellion, 16Y6] three of the sober wise men, who for 
years had been acknowledged as leaders, died — Governor Ben- 
net, Governor Digges, and Secretary Claiborne." Bennet took 
a leading part in political life for nearly fifty years ; his work 
largely shaped the history of Virginia, and influenced that of 
Maryland during this half century. 

His will, made in 1674, and probated in 16Y6 in Nansemond 
County and in London, shows his benevolent and charitable dis- 
position, for by it he left 300 acres to the parish, the rents to be 
used for the poor forever. To his grandchildren, the Scar- 
boroughs, he left land on Pocomoke Eiver (5,000 acres), and the 
bulk of his estate to his grandson Eichard Bennet 3d, who was 
later called the wealthiest man of His Britannic Majesty's 
dominions in America. This grandson was appointed by Lord 
Baltimore collector of revenues in 1699, and in 1732 was one 
of the Commissioiiers to settle the boundary between Lord 
Baltimore and the sons of William Penn. 

By his wife Mary Ann TJtie, daughter of Captain John Utie, 
Governor Eichard Bennet had one son, Eichard Bennet Jr., and 



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two daughters. His son was identified with Maryland from the 
time of the Puritan settlement, and was a member of the As- 
sembly. He was drowned in the prime of his life and left a 
widow, Henrietta Maria (jSTeale) Bennet, daughter of Captain 
James iSTeale. It is not necessary to speak of Henrietta Maria, 
for her history has been thororighly discussed by recent authors. 
She was a great matron, and left a large number of notable 
descendants, and could justly be crowned the Queen of all the 
Dames of the Colonial period. She was the namesake and god- 
daughter of Queen Henrietta Maria, who presented her with a 
baptismal ring which is still in the family. One daughter of 
Governor Bennet, Elizabeth, married Colonel Charles Scar- 
borough; the other, Anne,^ married Theodoric Bland, a man 
said to be " in understanding and learning inferior to no man" 
in Virginia." The inscription on Theodoric Bland's tomb, 
which has the Bennet and Bland coat of arms, is: 

" Prudentis et Eruditi 
THEODOEIOI BLAND 
Armigeri qui obiit 
Aprilis 23, A. B. 16Y1 
Aetatis 41. 
Cuius vidua Maestissima Anna ' 
Filia Richardi Bennet hoc 
Marmor postiit." 

Richard Bennet, Jr., and Henrietta Maria Neale had one son, 
Richard Bennet 3d, who died without issue, and one daughter, 
Susannah Maria Bennet, who married first, Colonel John Dar- 
nall, and afterwards Colonel Henry Lowe, a nephew of Jane 
Lady Baltimore, wife of Charles, 3d Baron Baltimore. After 
the death of his grand-son, Governor Bennet left no descendants 
by the name of Bennet. Among his descendants in Virginia 
are: John Randolph, of Roanoke; Richard Bland, member of 
the First Congress at Philadelphia; Theodoric Bland, Colonel 

' Anne Bennet married 2d Col. St. Leger Codd of Cecil County, Md., and 
died at Worton Manor, Kent County, about 1700. 



NOTES ON MAEYLAND PAEISHES. 



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in the Revolutionary Army; Henry St. George Tueker, Presi- 
dent of the Virginia Court of Appeals ; John Eandolph Tucker, 
Attorney General of Virginia; Lighthorse Harry Lee, of the 
Revolutionary Army; Major-General Fitzhugh Lee and Gen- 
eral Robert E. Lee, of the Confederate States Army. 

Speaking of General Lee and of Governor Bennet a recent 
historical writer has said : " When from his chosen place with 
kindling eye, he saw his ragg:ed boys in gray in a hundred 
battles sweep the Federal lines from the field, it was the blood 
of Richard Bennet that thrilled in the veins of Robert E. Lee. 
His was the hand that first sow«d the seeds of both civil and 
religious liberty in the soil of Virginia. He quickened into 
life the spirit of independence, which a century afterward fired 
the soul of Patrick Henry and drew forth the sword of Wash- 
ington. Richard Bennet was the first, and one of the greatest 
of all the friends of liberty Virginia ever nurtured on her 
bosom, and who, preceding them all by a century, made possible 
their hertfic achievements." 



NOTES ON MARYLAND PABISHES. 

EEV. ETHAN AXLENj D. D. 



NOBTH ELK PARISH, CALLED ALSO ST. MAKY ANNE 
PARISH, CECIL COUNTY. 



From the act of assembly of 1706, chap. 4, [Bacon] fourteen 
years after the establishment of the church of England in the 
Province of Maryland, we learn that from and after the first 
of May, 1Y06, all that part of Cecil County lying on the north 
side of Elk River, being bounded as follows : viz., beginning at 
Turkey Point on the north side of Elk River, aforesaid and 
running with the said river to Smith's Mill at the head thereof, 
then east to the exterior bounds of this province and with the 



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exterior bounds of the province to Susquehannah river, therein 
with the east side of said river and the bay of Chesapeak to the 
first beginning, shall be constituted and erected into a parish 
by the name of North Elk Parish. 



Incumbents and Rbctoes. 



1 
1 


1 7f\R 










2 


1731 


Rev. George Ross 










1 7^^ 
X 1 00 


" Walter Hackett 








3 


1736 Oct. 16 


" William Wye 


Nov. 


16 


1744 died 


4 


1744 Nov. 20 


" John Bradford 


Mar. 


22 


1745 died 


5 


1745 Dec. 10 


" John Hamilton 


Apr. 


12 1773 died 


D 


1779 TVTo TT Q 

Xl I 6 iViay O 


" William Thomson 






1781 




1781 


Mr. Colin Ferguason, Reader 


Apr. 


1 


1782 declined 




1782 


" Joseph Couden 


May 


8 


1787 ordained 


7 


1787 June 1 


Rev. Joseph Couden 


Apr. 


13 


1792 died 


8 


1792 


" William Duke 






1797 died 1840 




1797 


Vacant 








9 


1806 


Rev. George D. S. Handy 






1808 




1811 


Vacant 










1813 


Rev. William Diike, residing. 










1827 


" J. Reynolds, 1 year 








10 


1836 


" Ilenry Williams 






1837 


11 


1842 


" Robert Lloyd Goldsborough 




1854 


12 


1855 


" Henry F. M. Whiteeides 






1856 


13 


1857 


" Charles R. Currie 












Rev. George Ross, incumbent. 







In 1704 The Rev. George Ross was sent by the Society P. G. 
to New Castle, Del. In 1708 he went to Chester, Pa., and then 
10 Philadelphia and took the public school. These frequent 
removals gained for him the appellation of "the wandering 
star." In 1710 to vindicate himself to the society, he returned 
to England ; having accomplished this he sailed again for Amer- 
ica, but in Feb. 1711 he was taken by the French, carried into 
Brest and stripped of all his clothing. But being released, he 
came to Chester, Pa. once more, and in 1713 he resumed his 
post at New Castle again. He was an earnest, active man. In 
] 717, being invited by the Governor to accompany him through 
Kent and Sussex Counties, he went preaching and praying and 



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baptizing. In one week he baptized 102 persons, and distributed 
many Bibles, prayer-books and tracts sent him by the society- 
He is stated to have continued in New Castle till his death in 
1753. 

New Castle being only 12 miles from the Eastern boundaries 
of North Elk Parish and adjoining it, it is not imlikely that he 
held the two at the same time, and especially as he had his son 
Eneas, who was admitted to orders in 1740 for his assistant in 
1741-42. 

The ministerial record remaining begins 1725 and ends 
about 1776. The vestry book begins Mar. 1743. Taxables 
[in] 1742, 928. 

The only item which the records furnish us of Mr. Koss is 
" Susanah Boss, daughter of the Eev. George Eoss, Eector of 
North Elk Parish, born 17th Jan'y 1738," showing the fact of 
his rectorship simply, but not when. 

In 1742, chap. 9 [Bacon] shows us that an act was then 
passed taxing the inhabitants of St. Mary Anne Parish £800 
for building a new Brick church in lie same place where the 
old one stands. 

Eev. "William Wye, incumbent, October 16, 1736. 

When he came we do not learn. He was rector of Somerset 
1731-1786. The present church was built 1743 where the old 
one stood, 55 by 30 — 16 feet high, wall, 18 inches thick. Tax- 
ables 1743, 890. Mr. Wye died Nov. 16, 1744. Inventory 
returned Mar. 18, 1745. His wife Eebecca, administratrix: 
personal estate, £275. Died from home. Pd. Hugh Jones for 
funeral sermon £2.10. 

Eev. John Bradford, incumbent 

Married the widow of Joseph Wickes. He was inducted 
Nov. 20, 1744, four days after Mr. Wye's death, but did [not] 
long enjoy his new parish for he died Mar. 22, 1745/6, holding 
it only 16 months. Elizabeth Bradford of Queen Anne's, ad- 
ministratrix. Personal estate £1494. 



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Kev. John Hamilton, inciimbent. 

lie was inducted April 9, 1746. Tlie ministerial records 
have it thus respecting him : " Eev. John Hamilton, late of 
tStrabane County of Tyrone, Ireland, became rector 1746. His 
wife Lettiee, daughter of Charles Short, arrived here Sep. 6, 
1746." This shows ris that he had recently come into the pro- 
vince. Their son, J ohn, born in Ireland 24th Eeb. 1744, mar- 
ried Catherine Margaret Forrester, daughter of the Eev. George 
William Forrester of Kent County, 2d July 1772 and had 
Catherine Lattice, born April 6, 1773 and Ann Sophia, bom 
Nov. 3, 1776. Mary, born 28 May, 1747, and died in Sep. 
following, William, born 6 Feb. 1749 and Charles, born 24 
July 1750. TxBttice, the wife of the Rev. Mr. Hamilton, died 
Aug. 2, 1750 " nine days after the birth of her child." 

Mr, Hamilton then " married Jane, daughter of Benjamin 
Peck, of !N"ew York, merchant, and widow of the Eev. Eichard 
Cuner [qu Caner] Sep. 7, 1757 " and their daughter. Angel, 
was born in New York June 6, 1758. 

In 1754 the taxables were 1,020; in 1755, 1,117; in 1757, 
981; in 1759, 1,041; in 1761, 1,056; in 1762, 1,113. 

Mr. Hamilton died April 12 or 13, 1773. The vestry in their 
records call him " our late worthy pastor." 

Eev. William Thomson, D. D., incumbent. 

He was inducted here May 1, 1773, seventeen (17) days 
after the death of the former incumbent, at which time mention 
Is made of a Glebe. 

He was licensed for Pennsylvania Dec. 23, 1759 and officiated 
from 1761 to 1768, in the churches at Huntington, Carlisle and 
York. 

He was the son of the Eev. Samuel Thomson and was born 
22 May, 1735, ordained deacon and priest at the Bishop of 
London's palace Dec. 1759 and married Susanna Eoss (daugh- 
ter of the Eev. George Eoss, rector of this parish, who was born 
17 Jan. 1738) Oct. 28, 1762. Their children were Eoss, born 



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319 



Oct. ST, 1Y63 ; Mary, bom Jan. 9, 1Y65 ; Gertrude, born May 
31, 1766; Samuel Magan, born Mar. 16, lYYO; Susanna 
Worrel, born Dec. 13, 1YY2 ; Jane Kamsey, bom Mar. 13, llli; 
and William Biddle, born Feb. 2Y, 1YY6. In 1Y68 he extended 
his services to Bristol, Pa., and Princeton, if. J., and from 
there he camo here, Md. Gazette, 1774. Jan'y 4 petitioned to 
build a chapel. He seems to have been a Whig in the Revolu- 
tion, and continued in this parish till in 1779 when he removed 
to St. Stephens or rather perhaps took charge of it in connection 
with this as lie is spoken of as rector here in 1781. But, he 
then soems to have given up this and took Augustine, Pa., along 
with St. Stephen's. In 1785 he received the degree of " D. D." 
from Washington College and within two months after 1785, 
died in St. Stophen's Parish. In 1780 a notice of a Petition 
to the Assembly to sell the Glebe. In 1784, chap. 19, an act 
was passed to sell the gkbe and purchase another. Md. Gazette, 
Sep. 13, '92, mentions Mr. Thomson lived at Back Creek Tract 
of land of 400 A, 6 miles from Charlestown. 

Mr. Colin Fergusson, Reader. 

Th« Parish being left vacant, Mr. Fergusson, April 2, 1781, 
became the lay reader here and officiated some 9 months and 
April 1782 declined further service. In 1783 he became the 
Vice President of Washington College; Aug. 3, 1785 was 
ordained by Bishop Seabury and became rector of St. Paul's. 
In 1789 he became president of Washington Col. which he held 
to 1805. 

Mr. Joseph Couden, Reader. 

April 1, 1782, he is mentioned as then having become lay 
reader. June 7, 1784, the vestry appointed him as pastoral 
representative of the Parish to the 1st diocesan convention at 
Annapolis June 22, and was so received. In 1785-6 he was the 
lay delegate and an active member. 

In 1785, Sep. 19, the vestry recommended him for holy 
orders. On the 8th of May, 1787, he was ordained deacon Ir^ 



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B'p White and the next week priest by the same in Christ 
Church, Philadelphia. 

Kev. Josejdi Conden, Eector. 

Having now been ordained, he became the Eector of this 
parish. In 1789, chap. 31, an act was passed showing that 
under the proprietary government, this parish had erected a 
church on 4 acres of land on the Reserve in North East Manor 
and the legal title had never been completed, and ordering a 
patent to be issued therefor. 

Mr. Couden did not live long to accomplish his ministerial 
work. He died April 13, 1792, on Friday night, in his 5l8t 
year. He was buried in the church at K'orth East under the 
chancel, where a marble slab is placed over him. He left 
behind a widow, three sons, and two daughters. 

His daughter Hetty married the Eev. William Duke, then 
Rector of the parish in May, 1793, but lived less than two years. 
She died Feb. 17, 1795, leaving a daughter, Hetty, who still 
survives. The other daughter is still living, and his son, Joseph 
Couden Esq., lives 2 miles Eiist of Havre de Grace on an eleva- 
tion overlooking the Susquehannah, the bay and North East 
river, — a magnificent and beautiful prospect. 

Mr. Couden lived and died at his farm near Elkton. 

The last meeting in the vestry book is in this year 1792 
except one in 1799. 

In this same year 1792, May 31, the Eev. Mr. Bissett, Eector 
of St. Stephen, as the visiting member of the Standing Com- 
mittee for the district, reported that he had recently visited this 
parish, now vacant by the death of Mr. Couden and states that 
they possess a sum of money arising from the sale of the glebe. 
Mr. Cotidcn having a farm of his own, probably prevented the 
purchase of another glebe. 

July 6, 1784, Mr. C, Washington Col. was made A. M., as a 
testimony of his literary abilities and his long and faithful 
services as chief Master of Kent County Free schools on which 
the college was angrafted. See acct. of Washington Col. 1784. 



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Eev. William Duke. 

Mr. Duke was a native of Baltimore County, born Sep. 1757, 
he early became Methodist preacher, but in 1784 when the 
Methodists constituted themselves a separate and independent 
body, he left them and in Oct. of 1785 he received orders from 
Bishop Seabury — after having had charge of Queen Caroline 
Parish, Anne Arundel County, and St. Paul's, Prince Georgo 
County, and then St. Paul's Chapel in Baltimore County, in 
Sep. 1792, having received a call from the vestry, he came to 
this parish. 

Mr. Duke continued his rectorship here till in 1796, having 

married as above mentioned, tlif daughter of the former Rector. 
While here he published two pamphlets and a duodecimo vol- 
ume. He was a studious man, abundant in preaching, of feeble 
health and not so much the pastor. He left in 1796 and took 
charge of St. Margaret's, Westminster, A. A. Co., and the next 
year 1797 returned to Elkton. In 1798 he resided in Gen. 
Lloyd's family in Kent. In 1799 he returned again and opened 
a school in his own house, preached at the church at North East, 
in his school room in Elkton at the new London Cross roads at 
the poor house and other places, marrying, baptizing and bury- 
ing whenever called on which he often was. 

In Feb. 1803 he became professor of the languages in St. 
John's College, Annapolis, in connection with which in 1804 he 
was rector of St. Ann's (Annapolis) but in 1806 the college 
being disbanded, he returned to Elkton and took charge of the 
academy here, performing at the same time ministerial services 
here as many and as various as during his previous residence 
without money and without price. 

In 1812 he became the principal of Charlotte Hall School, 
St. Mary's County. 

After two years he returned to Elkton once more and never 
afterward removed. He lived on teaching, preaching, writing 
and publishing under the pressure of feeble health, for many 
years. He died in 1840, aet. 83. 



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From 1796 when Mr. Duke gave up the rectorship of the 
parish, it had no regular rector till 1806. 

In 1798 the Eev. Mr. Coleman, rector of St. John's Parish, 
Harford County, as visiting member of the Standing Commit- 
tee for this district, reported to the Bishop, 21st May, that the 
vestry had not met for three years ; that the Church and enclos- 
ures "were out of repair, that the Methodists had a meeting 
house in sight of the church, that the Presbyterians and Baptists 
were gaining ground and that Mr. Hollingsworth and Mr. Bax- 
ter thought the parish in a hopeless condition. 

In 1801 Mr. Duke writes the Bishop that there is indeed a 
church hut no vestry and that the glebe was sold some years 
[ago] for £350 = $931. 

Eev. George D. S. Handy. 

Mr. H. seems to have been residing here as he was the lay 
delegate in 1805 from this parish June 5. In 1806 he was in 
attendance at the Convention as the Hector of St. Mary Ann 
Parish and made a report to the convention, the substance of 
which was put into that for 1807 in which he says, when ho 
entered on his cure he found the people listless and lukewarm. 
Some few have been brought to a right state and many have been 
somewhat excited. They have determined to build a chapel 
for the conveaience of those too remote from the parish church 
and in a few weeks the building will be commenced. 

The Bishop in his address to the convention of 1808, stated 
that Mr. Handy had removed from here to St. John's Parish, 
Harford county; a lay delegate attended the convention of 
1807: none attended after this till 1835. In 1812 Mr. Handy 
removed to Christ Church, Calvert; in 1816 to All Saints' in 
the same county. He was brother-in-law to the Eev. George 
Dashiell and went with him in 1819 in building up a new 
denomination. He renounced his ministry in the Church and 
was degraded. 

In 1820 the Bishop sent the Eev. P. F. Smith to visit tte 
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churcli was 9 miles from Elkton and in bad order, that there 
were but few members and no glebe. 

In 1826 the Eev. George Weller, then rector of E"orth Sas- 
safras, as a member of the Standing Committee, visited the 
parish, and writes the Bishop thus : " This parish is vacant, 
there is one church in it in good repair. The vestry re-organ- 
ized two or three years ago ; they have funds producing $60 
or $70 per ann., a few acres of land and a wharf bringing 
$30 per ann. The records are preserved and regularly kept." 

In 1826 the Kev. John Keynolds, Kector of St. George and 
Havre de Grace parish, Harford County, in his report at Con- 
vention says that he made a Sunday evening appointment to 
preach in North East Church where a numerous and inter- 
esting congregation regailarly assembles and an encouraging 
hope is entertained that this parish though for many years 
destitute of the ministry and services of the church, will rise 
from its desolation and again resume a respectable station as 
an int^al part of the Diocese. 

Trinity Chukch^ Elkton. 

Elkton, 1801, May 3. 

Mr. Duke to Bp. C[lagett]. 

I could wish that these three parishes comported better with 

the idea of Christian congrccations, but I suppose they are not 
very singular. I preach sometimes by especial appointment at 
home, but never dream of doing anything more, for I have made 
my last effort with these people. 

1806. Jan'y 31. Mr. Cosden to Mr. Duke. Our friend 

Handy has rented a house in iN'ottingham to which he proposes- 
to move in the Spring. He has quit preaching in this village 
(Elkton) for the very good reason that the people will not pay 
for the house he lives in. He says he has only received $16.00 
in this place from first to last. 

In 1832 appears a petition from the Eev. Wm. Duke, Eev. 
Wm. Henry Eees, Eev. James SmaU, Henry Hollingsworth and 
2 



Z24l mamyz^j) KieTOBxa&.i. UAa.&zv<nst. 

others, within the bounds of this parish, asking liberty to form 
themselves into an independent congr^ation which was granted. 

Eev. Wm. Henry Rees reports himself rector and reports 
that a church is being built which will be ready for consecra- 
tion about 1st of August. He had been teaching here for two 
years or more. 

Journal of Convention, p. 9, 1833. Bishop Stone says: 
" On Saturday, 24 Nov., 1832, I preached to a small congre- 
gation at North East church, Y or 8 miles from Elkton. This 
church has been long vacant and from the best information I 
could collect there is no probability that the services of a 
clergyman will be procured. 

On Friday 23, I consecrated a neat church in Elkton by the 
name of Trinity." 

There had been a chapel of Ease here in early times, which 
was just opposite to where Miss Hetty Duke now lives — her 
father's residence. 

June 28, 1833, the Bishop confirmed 13 here. Mr. Eees had 
removed to the Diocese of Pennsylvania. 

1834. The Bishop says, p. 10, the Eev. Dr. Davis has charge 
of church at Elkton. 

Oct. 1835. The Rev. Henry Williams, from Virginia, com- 
municants 14. 

May 1835. Rev. R. L. Goldsborough reports at Convention. 

This parish has been vacant for many years. I have been in- 
vited by the vestry to become their rector in order to give such 
occasional services as may be compatible with my present en- 
gagement and endeavor to resuscitate the churches, etc. We 
have a prospect of building a church at Port Deposit. 

Mr. G. was then Rector of St. George's and Havre de Grace, 
Harford Co. 

Jan. 1837 to . Rev. Dr. Mason officiates. 

Oct. 1841. Rev. E. L. Goldsborough, commts. here and St. 
Mary Ann's 26; 1843, Commts. 32; 1845, 37; 1856, 50. 

1849. Missionary services at Lord's factory. 1850. Mis- 
sion at Cowentown, communicants 11. 1851. Chesapeak City, 



Town Hall, Gommumcants 13; 1854, 8; 1854 has a family 
seliool. 

1859. E. H. Waters. 

1860. Eev. E. H. B. MitcheU. 

Eev. Henry Williams. 

1836. Under the auspices of the missionary society of this 
diocese Services have been performed once a fortnight in this 
church which for many years has been neglected. The church 
being dilapidated, the vestry room was fitted up for services. 
It has been truly gratifying to observe with what deep satis- 
faction the prospect of having the services regularly performed 
by a few devoted females who have long been deprived of them. 
It is believed that there is a lingering attachment to the church 
in most of the families through the neighborhood whose fore- 
fathers were its zealous supporters. The church is to be 
repaired: it has an income of about $50.00, arising from the 
rent of some property connected with it. 

Mr. Williams, a native of Montgomery County. From the 
Theological Seminary of Virginia in 1835, having graduated at 
Jefferson College, Pa., ordained here July 16, 1835, in Virginia 

by Bishop and took charge of Trinity, Elkton, and here 

at the end of a year in 1837, he removed to All Saints' Calvert. 
He died there in 1852 ; he married a grand-daughter of Bishop 
Olaggett, Miss Priscilla E. Ohew, who still sm-vivos and five 
children — ^boys. 

Eev. Eobert Lloyd Qoldsborough. 

A native of Talbot County, graduate of General Theological 
Seminary, 1834, having been before a graduate of Trinity Col., 
Conn. ; ordained deacon, June, 1S34, by Onderdonk, of ISTew 
York and became the rector of St. George's and Havre de Grace 
parishes, Harford. In Oct. 1841, he became rector of Trinity 
and this parish. 

Eeport, 1845, p. 93. St. Mary's the ancient and venerable 
parish church, having never been consecrated, tho' built more 



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than 100 years ago, was consecrated by Bishop Whittingham, 
Sep. 3, 1844. The same day, the comer of St. Mark's chapel, 
was laid on ground given by j\Iisses Gale of BrooHand, a 
beautiful service of silver plate was given by a member of St. 
Paul's, Baltimore. The chapel is faithfully served by a lay 
reader. Continued rector till 1849. 

Kev. Richard Whittingham, assistant. 

This parish has now the regular services of a deacon. Mr. 
"W. is a brother of Bp. W., native of 1^. T., and of the General 
Seminary — 1 year. Communicants, 1846, 27. 

Eev. Henry F. M. Whitesides. 

Mr. W. came into the diocese from Pa., 1841, and became 
an assistant teacher in Barleywood and at the end of the year 
went to Ky. In returning he became the rector of Holy Trin- 
ity, Oxford. In 1854 he was officiating here; left at the end 
of year and went to Pa. 

Kev. Charles E. Curry. 

IvTow officiating there, 1857. Took charge here, May 29, 
1857. He reports at the Convention, May 27. The church 
in this parish is reduced to the lowest ebb. 

Cecil Co., January 4, 1774. The inhabitants of St. Mary 
Ann's intend presenting a petition to the next assembly for 
money to build a chapel in said parish at or near where the 
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LETTEES OF EEV. JONATHAN BOUCHEE. 

(Continaed from Vol. ix, p. 241.) 

To Eev. Mr. James. 

Paddington, Feb. 25*^ 1777. 

D ar Sir, 

I should not so soon have troubled you with a Letter but 
that I am apprehensive of being too late with a Request, I have 
to make to you, not to give my goodly Brother in Law a 
new Lease. I found it necessary to come to this Resolution 
but last Evening, & it will mortify me not a little to find that 
for once He has bestirr'd Himself & prevented my Designs. 
You know that I never eou'd endure the Man: & nothing but 
a Consideration of Duty could have made me even civil to Ilim. 
Worthless you & everybody know Him to be; but, till now, I 
had hop'd He was not unworthy. He is a bad Man, a bad 
Husband, & indeed I doubt everything that is bad. I have 
little Reason to flatter myself that my Sister is without Blame : 
her marrying Him is but too good a Proof of her Indiscretion. 

It is hard, now that I have so many Difficulties & Troubles 
of my own on mj Hands, that I should be so plagued with 
theirs. But, she is my Sister, & friendless & forlorn as, but 
for Me, She were in the World, I cannot, I must not, desert 
Her. I should have little Hesitation to maratain Her & her 
Children, that is, as far as the Blencogo Estate would do this : 
but, I own, it goes sorely against my Grain to be saddled also 
with the Maintenance of a sorry Fellow, of no IJ'Se or Signi- 
ficance that I know of, but for bringing more Beggars into 
the World. If I could have any Reliance that either He or 
She would keep to the Engagement, I think I shou'd have 
little scruple to recommend to them a Separation. It would 
certaialy lighthen my Burthen, as Wl as add to their Quiet 
& success in the World. 

Free as I have always been to teize you with both their & 



S2S MABYJuAfim BSSVeSICAX, XMAKIKAr 

my own little misfortunes, permit me to enclose to you her 
Letter to me of yesterday; with mine to her Husband, in 
Consequence of it. You will note that He is not to know of 
my having had my Information from Her; & that, therefore, 
when you deliver Him my Letter, as your Reason for not 
giving Him the Lease, you will be so good as to humour this 
Opinion. Nevertheless, if after all this, you think I am too 
hasty, & wrong, I entreat you, in This, as in every Thing else, 
to correct & direct Me. 

I have lately had but little Leisure to read any of the new 
Publications. I do not learn, however, that I have any great 
Eeason to be sorry for this. Dr. Howe, I think it was, the 
present Vice-Chancellor, who told me that the third of Bryant's 
Vols: was unequal to the others: is it so? He seem'd He 
said, to bewilder Himself in the Mysticism of Mythology; a 
sad Fault, & little to be pardoned by an Hutchinsonian. The 
Harwood you enquire after, I have fallen in with two or three 
Times, since my living here. He had a heavy Task. I say 
had, for I think I have heard of his being dead, lately. He 
was in the Corps with Priestly, Price, Evans, Enfield, &c., &c., 
a Sett of Gentlemanly Preachers, aiming to be liberally absurd 
& mischievous. Did you ever look into Harwood's Liberal 
Transla'n of the New Test:? Never was anything, surely, 
60 truly coxcomical — ^not even Enfield's, nor Langhome's Ser- 
mons. Let me mention to you an Instance or two I happen to 
remember, tho' I have not seen the Books these seven Years. 
Instead of the venerable word. Sirs, used by our Translators, 
this Jackanapes makes St. Paul address his Hearers with. 
Gentlemen & in another Place, where it is said, the Dogs eat 
the Crumbs, &c. He has it, the Puppies. The word, in the 
original, I believe, is a Diminutive. Harwood is, or was, also 
a Monthly Eeviewer; in short, like his Copartners, a Writer 
by Profession ; for these are the men who have now monopolised 
almost every News Paper, Magazine, & periodical PubKca'n 
in the Kingdom. A sore Evil under the Sun! 

Price has just brought forth a supplemeutary Pamphlet: 



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from what I have yet read of it, I incline to think it lees ex- 
ceptionable than his last; at least, I do not look on Him as so 
very bad a Man as I had before set him down. But, some 
how or other, it does not take : I hope the world is either tir'd 
or asham'd of his Principles. A particular Friend of mine 
(the Hosier whom I may before, perhaps, have mentioned to 
you) has just got ready for the Press ano'r Pamphlet in Ans'r 
to ano'r Sermon of Dr. Watson's. It has gone thro' my Hands 
&, tho' I am partial to the Man & his Doctrines, I think Watson 
himself & his warmest Admirers must allow it to be smart. 

I know not yet when I shall get forward with my own work. 
Almost a half of it I have had to write over again ; & even yet 
have a deal to do. It is strange, but true, that the more cor- 
rect I get it, the more diflSdent I become about it : it is, indeed, 
too much for any one Man to undertake; & if I cou'd retreat, 
I really think I would. In a we^ or two, however, I hope 
to have it set agoing. 

Dr. Cooper, whose Oxford Sermon has made some little 
Noise (have you seen it — ^I cou'd tell you a little Anecdote 
concerning it — ^but) is now down in your County. I suppose 
He will call on you : & ere He does, you should read his Ser- 
mon that you may know whether to call it a Whig or a Tory 
one for his Eriends here are divided about it. It is, however, 
a very good one & so is there another by a Country Curate, 
sent to me by Mr. Barwis, written by a Mr. Collinson, a Cum- 
berland & a Queen's Man. In my Judgement, it far beats all 
that have been printed on that Occasion ; & I think I have read 
a dozen or two. Tell Cooper, when you see Him, that we had 
a special Sermon from the new A'bp, at Bow Church on the 
Anniversary. He spoke out for our American Church, in a 
Manner that charm'd & astonish'd us : in short, the Dr. himself 
must yield the Palm of Toryism to Him. You talk of cox- 
comical Publications: there is one just come out by a young 
Man I frequently meet with in a bookseller's, a W'm Young 
Esq., the most precious morsel of elaborate ITonsense I will 
venture you a Wager, you have yet read. The Title, I think. 



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is the Spirit of Athens but for God's Sake, don't buy the 
Book. 

There is a Talk here — hare heard two B'ps mention it — 
that y'r Mr., l^ow Dr., Graham, is soon to be on their Bench ; 
& that a Vacancy is likely soon to happen — Exeter — & that if 
the Bp. of Carlisle will go thither, Dr. Graham will certainly 
be y'r Bp. Are these things sof I called yesterday on Mr. 
Ooekin, & deliver'd y'r L'r — ^not hav'g ye good Fortune to find 
Him at Home. I guess'd him to be the Author of the Book 
of Arithmetic, & an old Favourite of Mine. Another sad 
Cloud has again overcast our American AWosphere: this 
Check & Defeat of the Hessians, & the Manner of it are all 
exceedingly against us. I hear no late Tidings of my poor 
Family. The Curate whom Mr. Addison left was oblig'd to 
fly also last June; & after a dreadful Tour, all thro' the W't 
India Islands, is just arriv'd here. His Acc't of th'r Situation 
is most piteous: resigned as to my Property, I now anxiously 
wish that my Friends may be able to survive the Trial. 

When you get the Seed — & it has been sent above a Month — 
beat & sift it very fine, the Powder only being to be used. Of 
this, the Dose should be a Table SpoonfuU, taken in Substance 
in any Preserve or otherwise as you find agreeable but Nelly 
has seldom been able to bear more than a Tea SpoonfuU. This 
must be taken in as large a Qxiantity as you can not to make 
you sick, every Night for a Fortnight or three weeks, if the 
Fit last so long, without any other Eegimen. Its aim is to 
accelerate the Oircula'n of the Fluids, warm'g them so as that 
they may the more easily throw ofF the morbid Matter by 
insensible Perspiration, &c. Y'r Doctoress wishes it all pos- 
sible Success: You say not where your Son is to put up at, 
when He comes; nor why you also do not come. I am now 
a Boarder — ^but, has He any nearer Friend here — I think not — , 
than. 

Y'r most obliged & moat aff't 

Jona'n Boucher. 



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To Kev. Mr. James. 

Paddington Green, 8** Sepr. 177Y. 

Dear Sir, 

I am, once more obliged to apply to You in Behalf of those 
unhappy Friends of Mine at Bleneogo. The suit, of which 
you have so long heard, has, at length, been try'd ; and is gone 
against them. It will cost Them, They are told, £60 or 70: 
a sum They are utterly unable to pay, without selling all they 
have in the World. And, being persuaded, that this verdict 
has been unfairly, and unjustly, obtained, They resolve, if 
possible, to avoid the Payment of it: and this they propose to 
do, by the Husband's withdrawing into Scotland, After having 
made every Thing over to me. They frave me some Hints of 
this, immediately after the Trial, which, as I could not under- 
stand, so I could not approve ; and so I told them with much 
earnestness. But, They have again written to Me; persisting 
in their Purpose with more Earnestness than ever. Still at a 
loss thoroughly to comprehend the Matter, I have taken the 
Liberty, in a Letter just now written to them, to turn them 
over to you. I wish, in the first Place, to be assur'd, that the 
Scheme is honest: and then, whether it is prudent, & likely 
to answer their Purpose. It is, by no means, clear to Me, 
that such an Assignment as they propose to make to Me, to 
whom they owe Nothing, -woii'd be a Ear against their Cred- 
itors: this can be done only by an absolute Sale, by which, I 
must appear to be a bona Fide Purchaser. And 1h.ia I am 
willing to do, provided on Enquiry, it shall appear to You, that 
They are justifiable in their Endeavours to elude the Payment, 
& that the Purchase Money may be considered as a Deposit 
left with me for the Maintenance of my Sister, who, I suppose, 
is to remain behind, at Bleneogo. In one View, I confess, it 
strikes Me, that it might be well for Me, that They should, for 
awhile, live asunder: as it may prevent their adding to the 
Number, which, I foresee, it will be my Lot to have to main- 
tain. But, God forbid, I should be accessory to anything 
wrong or dishonest. Perhaps, when He waits on You, He 



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may shew You my Letter to Him. In short, my dear Sir, 
You must still continue, if you have Spirits for it, to be 
plagued on my Acc't: and, to befriend Me, by befriending 
them, & helping them out of this Scrape. 

I did, before, offer to advance them some little Cash — but 
this They refuse, on the Idea, that They ought not to pay the 
Debt. It will, as you know, be exceedingly inconvenient to 
Me to do this: but, if there be no other Way, I must entreat 
yonr Patience a little longer, % leJt ihtm have what you have a 
much better right to. But, pray, look first, bow much it is that 
I owe: for, for their own Sakes, I have no mind to be lavish 
to them, even if I were able. I hear of your being in a fair 
way of Recovery from a severe Fit ; on which I very cordially 
congratulate You. Doctor Nelly is a little down in the Mouth 
about the Reputation of her Nostrum: it is plain to me, that 
the good wishes only of a Physician will not do: She was so 
very earnest about it, that I really was persuaded into a high 
opinion of its Efficacy. Your very obliging Son, yesterday, as 
His Holiday, & my worky-day, paid me his visit of course: 
We, both of us, had a bad Head-Ach, wc. however. He is not 
commonly subject to, tho' I, alas ! am exceedingly so. It was 
then agreed to make one Prank serve us both: This was his 
City & mercantile frugality. Since my Last, I have had an 
Opport'y of talking a good deal to Messrs. Eden & Co. con- 
cerning Him. Mr. Martin's Letter seem'd to have made some 
Impression : and I hope, you may, some Time or other, hear of 
good Effects from it. But, They are Merch'ts & as Nelly told 
Tommy last Ev'ng, all Merch'ts are selfish — as She takes it 
for granted. He also will be, when He becomes a great Man. 
Too true it is. We have but too much Reason to think so of 
them, their very different Conduct towards us, in our present 
fallen State, & our former flourishing one. 

I have had L'rs from Maryl'd, of a late Date: but. They 
are restrained from writ'g freely. The People still seem to 
be under some Judicial Infatuation: on any other Principle, 
their Conduct is Inexplicable. Nothing so mad, that they do 
not practise: and yet, in a thousand things, they discover that 



LETTEKS 0¥ KEV. JOKATHAIT SOWCHEE. 38^ 

they do not seriously expect to succeed. One of the Adams's 
(an ^pA-Fiend) it was reported in Anaap : abt. two Months 
since, even amongst the Eebels, was run off to some of the 
French Islands, with his Hands full. Whether it be true or 
not, it shews however, the Opinion 'iSkey have even of their 
leading Men. The Ch: of Engl'd Estahlishm't is sow, all 
over the Contin't, everywhere destroyed : every Man pays what 
M'n'r of Religion he pleases, & the only Restraint of his natural 
Liberty is, that he must pay some one. Is not this, virtually, 
to establish Popery, as well as other, if possible, worse Sys- 
t^s? Think of the Consequences of such Doings, when de- 
tailed in Practice: or, rather, read it in L'd Clarendon for it 
is exactly the old story over again. Even some of my Negroes, 
they tell me, are gifted, & will hardly be restrained from hold- 
ing forth. O, it is melancholy: & I could weep to think what 
Human Beings are, when once fairly unhinged! My Curate 
that was, when I came away, is now the Incumbent of my 
Livings. A dirty Puppy, his Bro'r is Secretary to Gen'l Wash- 
ington: & my private affairs going to Wreck & Ruin as fast 
as they well can. But, Grod's Will be done! 

Trs. most cordially, 

J. B. 



To Rev. Mr. James. 

Oct. 18*1', 1777. 

Dear Sir, 

I contented myself with answering your last, to Mr. Mes- 

sing'er, to whom I gave such Directions as you wished. If I 
seemed at all to differ in my Scheme from Yours ; it was only 
from an Apprehension, that, not otherwise, could We affect 
what We both aimed at. Among the other good Qualities of 
this goodly Brother in Law of mine, I take it. He has no 
ordinary Share of Obstinacy : it commonly accompanies Wrong- 
headedness. He had so vehemently protested against paying 
what had been awarded against Him (I do not find, that He 
owes anything else, that is at all considerable) that I had no 
Hopes of prevailing on Him to do it ; but by an Artifice. And, 



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as long as they had Money of their own, I was very unwilling 
to pay the Debt, & still leave Myself in their Power. This 
was my whole Drift, as to the Receipt: & I hope, it will 
succeed. I shall not be the less willing to do them Services, 
if in my Power (there is a pretty strong Certainty, that They 
will want them) when I am out of their Debt. And (beside 
that other Motive, w'c, you suppose, w'd not have answered) 
I wished Him to go to Scotland, not only to give a better Face 
(to Him) to my Plan; but to arouse Him, by putting Him on 
his Mettle. I have but too much Reason to believe it to be, 
as You say, with my Sister: & perhaps, her Reliances on the 
Great Man, her Brother, may have contributed to the En- 
couragement of her natural Unshif tiness ; but, still there is a 
Difference. I feel myself under an obligation not to desert 
Her, even tho' unworthy; but it goes plaguily against Grain 
to have two idle, lounging People, & all their Brood, on my 
Hands : as, I foresee, is but too likely to be the Case. I hope. 
Messenger has, by this Time, got their affairs, at least, into a 
Train of Settlement. I directed Him, particularly, to use all 
his Caution & Cunning with Respect to the Attorneys: &, by 
no Means, to pay them a Farthing beyond what they were, 
legally, entitled to. I regret, that they cannot, honestly, be 
choused out of their whole Claims. My Scheme, as to th'r 
Furniture &c., was only in Case of future Accidents: that I 
might, if possible, make them mind their Kits a little better. 
I hope, this Mr. Messenger, who has not yet written to Me, will 
both now & hereafter, be obliging to you in taking any active 
Trouble off y'r Hands : but, disagreeable as it must be to you, 
& little Right as I have to ask it, I feel, somehow, unwilling to 
release you. You must not, therefore, look for any farther 
Orders from Me on this Subject; unless you again insist on 
it. 

Great news, at last, from America. The Howes have been 
roused from their Lethargy. You will have seen the Gazette 
of last Saturday Night; & the News of the Morning Papers 

here of yesterday & to Day. The Acc'ts, are confessedly, some- 
what vague & confused: but, in the main, bowever, are gener- 



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ally believed to be true. They were brought by Transports: 
The Isis, by whom the Dispatches were sent from Chesapeak, 
not having yet arrived: but, She has been spoke with at Sea, 
& confirmed them. 

It is all very well now,-, & I suppose. It would be thought 
little leas than Treason to offer to find Fault; but, to be sure, 
All this might just as well have been done many months ago, 
as now. I defy any Man upon Earth to give any good Reason 
for this monstrously tedious & expensive Voyage from New 
York to our Bay: when, from all that yet appears, Washington 
might have been forced to have fought — & out of his Entrench- 
ments, in the Jerseys. Never, surely, was there so singular a 
History; it is impossible to come at any clear View either of 
its Origin, Progress, or Termination: for, if all these Acc'ts 
be true, & the Advantages now gained be followed up as They 
ought, I cannot but consider the Eebellion as crushed & done 
with. And, all We have now to do, is to propose our Plans, 
get them approved of, carried into Execution, & We return to 
our Homes in Peace & Security. It is not the least essential 
Part of this Torrent of glorious News, that 13 Counties (8 
of them of Maryland, 3 of Pensylvrmia, & 2 of Virginia) have 
entirely submitted & petitioned to be rec'd into the King's 
Eav'r & Protection. 

Several of my Neighb'rs, I find, have gotten their Bellies 
full of Liberty, in the Shape of ]\:Iusquet Balls, & Bayonets. 
If They do but give us a good Settlement, I hope, melancholy 
& tragical as the Contest has been, it yet may be of durable 
Advantages to the whole Empire. It may put to shame, & out 
of Countenance those loose Notions of Government, which have 
well-nigh overturned your System here, as They certainly did 
with TJs. I have had no private Letters yet: nor, indeed, can 
I expect any. The Scene of Action, I thank God, has hither- 
to been pretty well removed from my immediate Home: but, 
I know the Spots perfectly. The last I heard of my Affairs 
was in a News-Paper, in w'c I saw my Library, valued at 
£1000, advertised for Sale: &, in the same Paper, a Meeting 
called, at Mr. Harrison's Chapel. This, when I came away. 



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was Mr. Boucher's Chapel, & Mr. Harrison his Curate. But, 
I trust, a Eestoration is now near at Hand: Nelly is quite in 
Spirits ab't it, as well as myself: &, if good Tidings crowd in 
upon us, as they have for these two Days last past, I am not 
sure, that We shall not scamper down to you, & laugh away 
your Grout. I have not seen Tommy this Age : but, I heard of 
Him a few days ago. Nelly begs her aff'te Comp'ts to Mrs. 
James, & y'rself, may be joined to those of D'r S'r 
T'r most aff't & most obliged 

J. B. 



VESTRY PHOCEEDIMS, ST. ANN'S PARISH, 
ANNAPOLIS, MD. 

(Continued from Vol. ix, p. 289.) 

At a meeting of the Vestry July 12, 1757, Present J)"^ 
George Steuart, M'' Alexander Warfield, M"^ James Maccub- 
bin, M"" Lancelot Jacques, M"* Richard Mackubin, Vestrymen, 
M"" James Johnson, Church Warden. The Vestry appointed 
Charles Bryan, to be Sexton of the Parish. 

After the abovenamed Vestrymen and Church Warden were 
qualified according to Law, they proceeded to make out the fol- 
lowing List of Batchelors in St. Anne's Parish to pay the Tax 
on Batchelors agreeable to an Act of Assembly made in Feb- 
ruary 1756, viz. 
Of 100£ and under 300£ 

Mr Benjamin Beall, M^ Joshua Frasier, M"" Thomas John- 
son jun'", M"^ Peter Buchanan, M"" W™ Baker, M' Allen Quinn, 
M' Rezin Gaither, M' Emanuel Marriott — In all 8. 
Of 300£ and upwards 

Col Benjamin Tasker, James Johnson, M' Lancelot 
Jacques, M"" James Maccubbin, M' William Steuart, Zach- 
ariah Hood, M"" David Long, Charles Carroll Esq"" Barrister, 
M' Daniel Wolstenholme, Stephen Bordley Esq"", M' Robert 



Swan, M"" Eobert Conden, John Eidout Esq', M"" John Bennett, 
Mr John Davis, M' Beale Nicholson, John Ledler, M' 
Gaither, Maj Charles Hammond, M'" John Griffith, M"^ Jolm 
Gilliss, M"" Moses Mackubin — ^In all 22. 

Ordered, That the Roister give an order on the Treasurer, 
payable to George Johnson, for his Salary as Sexton, at the 
rate of 640 lbs of Tobacco, at 12/6 per Hundred to the 22^ 
Day of May past. And for Twenty shillings for a year's wash- 
ing of the Church Linen. ' 

Ordered, That Jacques and M"^ Maccubbin see that the 
Bell and Bellfry be taken down, and that the Vestry will pay 
the Expence. 

Adjoum'd till after Dinner. 

August 2, 1757. At a Vestry Held, Present M' William 
Eoberts, M' James Maccubbin, D"" George Steuart, M' Lance- 
lot Jacques, Vestrymen, M' James Johnson, M' Charles Wal- 
lace, Church Wardens. 

Tfee Vestiy made Choice of M* Lancelot Jacques to be Treas- 
urer of the Parish, in the Eoom of M"" Eobert Swan, who settled 
this Day with the Vestry, being removed out of that Body. 

Ordered, That the Church Pales on the side joining to D"^ 
Steuart's Lot, be removed Thirty Eeet within the Church Cir- 
cle, and set up in a Workmanlike Manner, and that Messieurs 
Eoberts and Johnson employ some fit Person to perform the 
same. 

On March 27, 1758, Being Easter Monday, Appeared in the 
Church, M' William Eoberts, D' George Steuart, M' Alexan- 
der Warfield, M"^ Lancelot Jacques, Vestrymen, M"^ Charles 
Wallace, M"" James Johnson, Church Wardens, And sundry 
other Parishioners, Who make Choice of M"^ Charles Griffith, 
and M' James Johnson, to be Vestrymen, in the room of M"" 
William Eoberts, and M"^ James Maccubbin, who are discharged 
from that Office. And, of M' John Eaitt, and M"^ liTicholas 
Worthington to be Church Wardens, in the room of Mess Wal- 
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James Johnson, as a Vestryman, and M"" John Kaitt, as a 
Church Warden, Qualified according to Law, to their respec- 
tive Offices. 

Julj 11, 1758. At a meeting of the Vestry, Capt Charles 
Griffith, who was Chosen a Vestryman on Easter Monday past, 
appeared, and was Qualified according to Law. Present, My 
Alexander Warfield, M"^ Eichard Mackubin, Lancelot 
Jacques, James Johnson, Capt Charles Griffith, Vestrymen, 
M"" JSTicholas Worthington, Church Warden. 

James Johnson, Capt Charles Griffith, and Nicholas 
Worthington, having taken the Oath prescribed by Act of 
Assembly, the Vestry proceeded to make a List of Batchelors 
in this Parish, agreeable to the said Act, viz. 
Of the Value of £300 and upwards. 

Col Benjamin Taskcr , M'" James Johnson, M"" Lancelot 
Jacques, M"^ James Maccubbin, M^" W™ Steuart, Zachariah 
Hood, Charles Carroll Esq"" Barrister, Daniel Wolstenholme, 
Stephen Bordley Esq'^, John Ridout Esq', Capt John Bennett, 
Mr John Davis, M' Beale ISTicholson, M^ John Leidler, W™ 
Gaither, Maj Charles Hammond, John Griffith, M"" John 
Gilliss, My Benjamin Beall, Bennett Chew, M' Basil 
Wheeler. 

Of £100 Value and under £300. 

My. Moses Mackubin, M', Joshua Frazier, M'. Thomas John- 
[p. 330] son jun'., M'. Allen Quin, M'. Rezin Gaither, M'. 
Emannuel Marriott, M''. Francis Fairbrother, M^. William 
Bind, Mr. Joseph Johnson, M'. Thomas Eichardson, M'. John 
Ormsby. 

Ordered, That the Register draw an Order on the Treasurer 
of the Vestry for Four Pounds (in lieu of 640 lbs. of Tobacco) 
payable to Charles Bryan, for his Salary as Sexton, ending the 
12*'^ of this Instant July; also for Twenty two shillings and 
six Pence for washing and mending the Church Linen, to the 
same Time. 



At a Vestry held, July 18, 1758. Present M^. Alexander 
Warfield, M"". Richard Mackubin, M'. Lancelot Jacques, M'. 



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James Johnson, Capt. Charles Griffith, Vestrymen, MT. Nicho- 
las Worthington, Church Warden. 

Notice having been given of the meeting of this Vestry to 
choose a Church Warden in the Room of M^. John Eaitt, De- 
ceased, they proceeded to the Choice, and choee John Brioe 
Esq'", to that ofBce. 

Ordered, That Jonas Green Eegister, be allowed Five Pounds 
for his Salary as Eegister, to the IZ^. of June past. And 
Four shillings for Binding a Prayer Book. 

Ordered, That M''. Warfield agree with some suitable Person, 
to cut a Window in the Chapel, at the Expence of the Vestry. 

[p. 331] Ordered, That Mrs. Sewall be allowed Thirty 
shillings for taking care of the Chapel to the 13*^ of this Instant 
July. 

Sept. 2, 1758. At a Vestry held in the Church, Present 
M^. James Johnson, M''. Lancelot Jacques, M^. Richard Mac- 
kubin, M^. Charles Griffith, Vestrymen, M^. Nicholas Worth- 
ington, Church-wardens. 

John Price Esq"", (who was lately chosen Church Warden in ' 
the room of M^. John Raitt, Deceased) appeared, and was 
Qualified according to Law. 

After the Vestrymen and Church-Wardens this year chosen, 
had taken the Oath prescribed by the Lispection Law, they 
proceeded to the Nomination and Recommendation of the fol- 
lowing Persons for Inspectors next year viz. M''. Moses Mac- 
kubin, MJ. John Mercer, for the Inspection at Annapolis, M"". 
Augustine Gambrill, M'' Joseph Sewall, M'' Richard Warfield, 
'MJ John Hall for the Inspection at Indian Landing. 

December 5, 1758. At a Vestry held. Present M''. Alexan- 
der Warfield, D^. George Steuart, M^". James Johnson, M"^. 
Lancelot Jacques, Capt. Charles GrMth, M^. Richard Mac- 
kubin, Vestrymen. 

[p. 332] Agreed, That M"". Johnson and M'. Jacques em- 
ploy some fit Person to repair the Church Yard Pales, and 
Church Windows, and that their Accounts for th© same be 
allowed. 
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April 16, 1759, being Easter Monday. Present, D"". George 
Steuart, M"". James Johnson, M''. Lancelot Jacques, John Brice 
Esq"-. 

And several other Parishioners. Who make Choice of John 
Brice Esq. and M"". jSTicholas Worthington, to be Vestrymen, in 
the Room of M^". Alexander Warfield, and I)^. George Steuart, 
who are Discharged from that Office. And of M*". Thomas 
Jennings and M"". John Hall, son of Edward, to be Church 
Wardens in the Room of John Brice Esq. and M"". Nicholas 
Worthington who are Discharged from that Office. John Brice 
Esq"", was qualified as a Vestryman according to Law. April 
23, 1759, M"". JSTicholas Worthington, who was chosen a Vestry- 
man on Monday last ; and M^". Thomas Jennings and M"^. John 
Hall, son of Edward, who were at the same Time chosen 
Church-Wardens, appeared and took the usual Oaths to the 
Government, and their respective Oaths of Office, according 
to Law. 

When a Vestry was held. Present M"". Richard Mackubin, 
M"". Lancelot Jacques, M*". Charles Griffith, M'. James John- 
son, John Brice Esq""., M"". I^"icholas Worthington, Vestrymen, 
Mr. Thomas Jennings, M"". John Hall, Church Wardens. The 
Reverend M"", Alexander Williamson produced to the Vestry 
the following Induction, viz. 

Maryland ss. Horatio Sharpe Esq"". Governor and Commander 
in Chief in and over the Province of Maryland. 

[Seal] To the Reverend Alexander Williamson sendeth 
Greeting. [Induction in the usual form.] 

And also the said Rcv"^. M"". Williamson, took the several 
Oaths to the Government before John Brice Esq', and the Oath 
of a Vestryman, and his Place in the Vestry. 

Ordered, That M"" Roberts be allowed Forty shillings for 
the use of his Bell for this Parish, from Easter Monday 1758, 
[p. 334] to Easter Monday this present year, and that he be 
allowed at that Rate, while the Vestry continue to make use 
thereof. 

At a Vestry held, July 10, 1759, Present M"". Richard Mac- 
kubin, M"". Lancelot Jacques, M"". Charles Griffith, M"". James 



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Johnson, John Brice Esq'., M"^. Mcholas Worthington, Vea- 
trymen, M'". Thomas Jennings, Church Warden. Messieurs 
[p. 335] Brice, Worthington and Jennings, having taken the 
Oath prescribed by Act of Assembly, the Vestry proceeded to 
set down the following List of Batchelors in this Parish, agree- 
able to the said Act, viz. Of the value of 300£ and upwards. 
Col. Benjamin Tasker, Stephen Bordley Esq''., John Ridout 
Esq''., MJ. Daniel WolstenhoLne, Charles Carroll Esq''., Bar- 
rister, M"*. James Johnson, MJ. Robert Swan, M"". Lancelot 
Jacques, MJ. Beale Nicholson, M'". Benjamin Beall, Jif. John 
Bennett, J\I'". James Maccubbin, My. Zachariah Hood, M"". Wil- 
liam Steuart, M''. John Leidler, M'^. William Gaither, Maj. 
Charles Hammond, M''. John Griffith, M'". John Gilliss, M"". 
Bennett Chew, Mr. William Fans, M"^. David Long, Rev^. M*". 
Alexander Williamson. 

Of 100£ Value and under 300£. M' William Rind, M'. 
Joseph Johnson, M"". Moses Maekubin, M'. Joshua Frasier, M'", 
Allen Quinn, M'. Rezin Gaither, M'". Francis Fairbrother, M"^. 
Thomas Richardson, M"^. James Pearman, M"*. Jacob Jones, at 
M"". Woodward's, M'. John Reresby, M'. John Duckett, M'. 
George Newman. 

Ordered, That the Register draw an order on the Treasurer 
of the Vestry payable to Charles Bryan, Sexton, for Four 
Pounds (in lieu of 640 lbs. of Tobacco) for his Salary, to the 
[p. 336] 12tli of this Instant July. And also, for Twenty 
shillings for his Washing the Church Linen to the same Time. 

[p. 337] At a Vestry held, Sept. 11, 1759. Present, M'. 
Lancelot Jacques, M'". Charles GrifiBith, M"". Richard Maekubin, 
John Brice Esq''., M''. Nicholas Worthington, Vestrymen, "Who 
make choice of M''. Nathan Hammond jun''. to be Church War- 
den in the room of M''. Thomas Jennings, Deceased; who 
appeared and was qualified as the Law directs. 

Ordered, That the Bell belonging to this Parish, which is 
crack'd be sent Home in the Ship Thetis, Capt. Craymer, to be 
new Cast, of the same size as it now is; and that M''. Jacques 
do take care to send it, and give Directions relating thereto; 
And, That Jonas Green do get the Bell Insured, at Philadel- 



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phia, to the value of its first Cost. Ordered, That Application 
be made to the Court at November, for an Assessment of 10 ^ 
Poll, for Parochial Charges. 

Ordered, That the Register affix up an Advertisement to give 
Notice to the Parishioners, to meet at the Parish Church on 
■flie first Tuesday of October, to choose a Vestryman in llie room 
of M"". James Johnson, Deceased. 

At a Vestry held, March 10*^1 1760 Present, The Rev. M^. 
Alex. Williamson, Kector, MT. Kichard Mackuhin, John Brice 
Esq'., Vestrymen, M''. John Hall, M'. Nathan Hammond, 
Church Wardens. D''. Upton Scott, lately chosen a Vestryman 
in the Eoom of M''. James Johnson, Deceased, appeared, and 
was Qualified as the Law diipects. 

April 1, 1760, Being Easter Monday, Present The Rev. M^. 
Alex. Williamson, Rector, M''. Richard Mackuhin, M'. Lan- 
celot Jacques, M"". Charles Griffith, M"". Nicholas Worthington, 
Vestrymen. M'. John Hall, M'. Nathan Hammond, Church 
Wardens. And several other Parishioners, Who mate Choice 
of M''. Brice Thomas Bcale Worthington and M'. Nathan 
Hammond jun'^. to be Vestrymen in the room of M''. Richard 
Mackuhin and M"". Lancelot Jacques. And of M^". James 
Maccubbin, and M'. William Woodward to be Church War- 
dens in tho room of Messieurs John Hall and Nathan Ham- 
mond. 

The Vestry made choice of D'. Upton Scott, to be Treasurer 
of the Vestry, in the room of M^'.Lancelot Jacques. 

At a Vestry held, July 8, 1760, Present, The Reverend M'. 
Alexander Williamson, Rector, John Brice Esq""., M'. Nicholas 
Worthington, D'. Upton Scott, M"". Brice T. B. Worthington, 
M'". Nathan Hammond jun''., Vestrymen. M'. William Wood- 
ward, Church Warden. The Vestry after having taken the 
Oath prescribed by Act of Assembly, proceeded to set down the 
following List of Batchelors in this Parish, agreeable to the 
said Act, viz. 

Of the value of 300£ and upwards. Col. Benjamin Tasker, 
Stephem Bordley Esqr., John Ridout Esqr., Daniel Wolstffli- 



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Kolme Esq^., Charles Carroll Esq^., Barrister, Eev. Alexan- 
der Williamson, M^. Eobert Swan, M^. Lancelot Jacques, M'. 
Beale Nicholson, M^. Benjamin Beail, M.^. John Bennett, M', 
James Maccubbin, M"". Joshua Frazier, M^. Allen Quinn, M^. 
James M'Mordie, If. William Steuart, IVP. John Leidler, M^. 
William Gaither, Maj. Charles Hammond, M^. John Griffith, 
Mr. Bennett Chew, M''. William Earis, M^. Cornelius Garret- 
son, M^. James Riggs, M'". Thomas Johnson jun""., M"". Jacob 
Lusby son of Thomas, John Hammond Esq^., M"". John Gilliss. 
Of 100£ value, and under 300£. 

Mr. William Eind, M^. Joseph Johnson, M"^. Moses Maccwb- 
bin, ]Vfr. Francis Fairbrother, M''. Thomas Richardson, M"". 
John Reresby, M^. George We-wman, M^. Isaac Dakein, My. 
Thomas Wilson. 

An Account of M"^. Lancelot Jacques for the new BeH, 
amounting to £23.. 14.. 10 sterling and 6/0 currency, was 
ordered to be paid by the Treasurer. 

At a Vestry Held Aug. 13, 1760, Present, The Eev. W. 
Alexander Williamson, Eector, John Brice Esqr., W^. Brice 
T. B. Worthington, Nathan Hammond jun'., Vestrymen, 
M"". James Maccubbin, Church Warden. M'. Allen Quinn pro- 
duced an Inventory of his Estate, on Oath, under the sum of 
300£ 

Messrs. Thomas Wilson, George Newman and Jacob Lusby, 
who were each Taxed as Batchelors of 25 years and upwards, 
by this Vestry in July last, each produced sufficient Certificates 
that they were under that Age. 

At a Vestry Held, Sept. 2, 17G0, Present, The Eev*. M'. 
Alexander Williamson, Eector, John Brice Esq"^., D"". Upton 
[p. 342] Scott, M'". Nathan Hammond, Vestrymen. M'^. Jamee 
Maccubbin, M^. William Woodward, Church Wardens. 

After taking the Oath required by the Inspection Law, pre- 
vious to the Nomination and Eecommendation of Inspectors, 
they proceeded to nominate and recommend, as follows, viz. 

Mr. Augustine Gambrill, M^. John Sewell, M'. Eich*. War- 
field, son of Eich*., M', John Hall, for the Inspection at In- 



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dian Landing, M'. Moses Maekubin, M'. John Mercer, for the 
Inspection at Annapolis. Ordered, That Mrs. Sarah Sewell 
be allowed Thirty shillings for taking care of the Chapel to 
the 13th of July last 

March 23, 1761. Being Easter Monday, At a Vestry held 
[p. 343] in the Parish Church, Present, Capt. Charles Griffith, 
John Brice Esq""., M"". Nicholas Worthington, D"". Upton Scott, 
M''. Brice T. B. Worthington, M*" Nathan Hammond jun.. 
Vestrymen. M"". James Maccubbin, Church Warden. And 
sundry other Parishioners. Who make Choice of M^". James 
Maccubbin, and of M'. William Woodward, (Head of Severn) 
to be Vestrymen in the room of Capt. Charles Griffith, and D"". 
Upton Scott who are Discharged from that Office. And of 
Charles Carroll Esq"^., Barrister, and M"^ Thomas Hyde, to be 
Church Wardens, in the room of M'". James Maccubbin and 
jj£r Woodward, who are discharged from that Office. 

June 29, 1761. At a Special Vestry held, Present, John 
Brice Esq""., M'. Brice T. B. Worthington, M'. Nathan Ham- 
mond, M'. William Woodward, Vestrymen, M'. Thomas Hyde, 
Church Warden. Charles Carroll Esq', who was chosen Church 
Warden on Easter Monday last appeared, and was qualified in 
That Office, as the Law directs. It was unanimously agreed. 
That an Organ Loft should be erected in the new Addition of 
the Church, whereon to fix the Oigan lately broin^t in from 
England, for the use of the Church. 

At a Vestry held in the Parish Church, July 14, 1761, 
Present, The Eev. M"", Alexander Williamson, Eector, John 
Brice Esq""., M"". Brice T. B. Worthington, M'. Nicholas Wor- 
thington, Mr. Nathan Hammond, M'. W™. Woodward, Vestry- 
men, M"". Thomas Hyde, Charles Carroll Esq''., Church War- 
dens. After Qualifying, as the Law directs, they proceeded to 
make out the following List of Batchelors in this Parish, viz. 

Of the Value of 300£ and upwards. 

Stephen Bordley Esq''., John Eidout Esq""., Daniel Wolsten- 
holme Esq''., Charles Carroll Esq''., Barrister, M''. Eobert Swan, 



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Eev. My. Alex. Williamson, Eev. M'". Samuel Keene, M^. 
Jrahua Frazier, M"". Allen Quynne, MJ'. William Steuart, M'. 
William Gaither, Col. Cha. Hammond, John Hammond Esq'., 
MJ. John Griffith, John Gilliss, W. Jacob Lusby, M'". Tho. 
Eichardson, M7. John Hepelins, MJ'. Nathaniel Waters, MJ. 
[p. 345] Thomas Buchanan, M'. William Brown, M"". Beale 
USTicholson, M'". Benjamin Beale, M'. James Maccubbin, W^. 
Bennett Chew, M'. Cornelius Garretson, M"". Thomas Johnson. 
Of 100£ value, and under 300£ value. 

M"". William Eind, M'". Joseph Johnson, M*". Moses Mac- 
kubin, M'. John Eeresby, M"". Isaac Dakein. 

At a Vestry held, October 6, 1761. Present, John Brice 
Esq, Mr. Brico T. B. Worthington, M''. ISTathan Hammond, MJ. 
William Woodward, M"". Nicholas Worthington, Vestrymen, M'. 
Thomas Hyde, Church Warden. 

Ordered, That the sum of Ten Pounds be paid to M"". Fred- 
erick Victor, Organist, for his Trouble and Care, in fixing up 
the Organ. 

At a Vestry held, March 30, 1762. Present, John Brice 
Esq""., Mr. Brice T. B. Worthington, M"". Nathan Hammond, 
M"". James Maccubbin, Vestrymen, Charlies Carroll, Esq'., 

Church Warden. 

The Eeverend M'. Samuel Keene produced to the Vestry, his 
Letters of Ordination as Deacon and Priest under the Hand 
and Seal of the Lord Bishop of London, as also his License 
to Preach, and Discharge all the Offices of a Minister of the 
Church of England ; together with a Certificate of his Subscrip- 
tion to the Liturgy of the Church of England. 

And also his Excellency Governor Sharpe's Appointment, 
[p. 348] Admission, or Induction, as Eector of this Parish. 
Copies of which follow. 

Zachary by Divine permission Bishop of Eochester 
" To all to whom these Presents shall come or whom they 
may in any wise come Know ye, that at an Ordination holden 
by us with the Aid and Assistance of Almighty God at the 



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request and in the stead of the Right Reverend Eather in God 
Thomas by Divine permission Lord Bishop of London in his 
Lordship's Palace, at Fulham in the County of Middlesex on 
Sunday the Twenty first Day of September in the year of our 
Lord one Thousand Seven hundred and Sixty We did admit 
and promote our beloved in Christ Samuel Keene to the Holy 
Order of a Deacon according to the Rites and Ceremonies of 
the Church of England in that behalf published and provided 
He having been well recommended to his Lordship for his 
good Life and virtuous Attainments and Proficiency in Learn- 
ing with a Sufficient Title and having been also first examined 
and approved by the Examiner of the said Lord Bishop. In 
Testimony whereof We have caused the Episcopal Seal of Lon- 
don which we use in this behalf to be hereunto afiixed, Dated 
the Day and year above vsrritten and in the fifth year of our 
Translation." 

W. Skelton, Register." 

"Zachary [Seal] Rochester." 

By the Tenor of these Presents We Zachary by Divine per- 
mission Bishop of Rochester do make it known unto all men 
that, on the twenty ninth Day of September being the Feast 

of Saint Michael in the year of our Lord one Thousand Seven 
Hundred and Sixty, We the Bishops before mentioned solemnly 
[p. 349] administring holy Orders under the protection of the 
Almighty, in the Chapel within our Palace at Bromley did 
(at the Request of our Reverend Brother Thomas Lord Bishop 
of London) admit our beloved in Christ Samuel Keene (con- 
cerning whose Morals, Learning, Age and Title the said Lord 
Bishop was well satisfied) into the holy Order of Priests accord- 
ing to the manner and form prescribed and used by the Church 
of England; and him the said Samuel Keene did then and 
there, rightly and canonically ordain Priest, he having first, 
in our Presence, freely and voluntarily subscribed to the 
Thirty nine Articles of Religion, and to the Three Articles 
contained in the Thirty sixth Canon, and he likewise having 
taken the Oaths appointed by Law to be taken for and instead 
of the Oath of Supremacy. In Testimony whereof we have 



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caused our Episcopal Seal to be hereunto affixed, the Day and 
year above written and in the fifth year of our Translation." 

"Zachary [Seal] Rochest^." 

Thomas by Divine Permission Bishop of London. 

To our Beloved in Christ, Samuel Keene, Clerk Greeting, 
We do by these Presents Give & Grant to you, in whose Fidelity 
Morals, Learning, sound Doctrine and Diligence, We do fully 
confide, our Licence & Authority (to continue only during our 
Pleasure) to Perform the Office of a Priest in the Province 
of Maryland in America, in Beading the Common Prayers and 
performing other Ecclesiastical Duties, belonging to the said 
Office, according to the Form prescribed in the Book of Com- 
mon Prayer, made and published by Authority of Parliament 
and the Canons and Constitutions in that behalf lawfully estab- 
[p. 350] lished and promulged and not otherwise, or in any 
other manner you (having first before us subscribed the Articles 
& talcen the Oaths which in this Case are required by Law to 
be subscribed and taken)." 

In witness whereof we have caused our Seal which we use 
in this Case to be hereto affixed; Dated the Thirtieth day of 
September in the year of our Lord 1760 and in the twelfth 
year of our Translation. 
[Seal] Tho: London. 

I do Declare that I will conform to the Liturgy of the 
Church of England as it now by Law Established. 

Samuel Keene 

This declaration was made and subscribed before us by the 

said Samuel Kene, Clerk, to be Licenced to perform the 
Ministerial Office in the Province of Maryland in America this 
30*^ day of September in the year of our Lord 1760 and in 
the Twelfth year of our Translation. . . . 
[The Induction in usual form.] 

Whereupon the said Reverend Mr. Xeene was by the Vestry 
received as Rector of this Parish and invested with all the 
Rights and Privileges belonging to a Rector of the same Parish 
by the Laws and usage of this Province. 



348 



MJJSXUkND HISXOBICiX MAQJJSIHX. 



FEENCH AND INDIAN WAE. 

[From the Society's Collection.] 
(Continued from Vol. IX, p. 280.) 



A List op Accounts for Quartering Soldiers, &c. 



To Michael Rough 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Conrad Eeter 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Frederick Wymer 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Jacob SeHer 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Melcar Underick 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Peter Bragoner 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Joseph Grable 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Andrew McEver 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To John Miller 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Christopher Kellar 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Peter Bingeley 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Jacob Frend 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Daniel Cresap 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Nicholas Harman 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To John Bowman 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


4S 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Lodowick Gamer 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


G.. 


0 


To Jacob Miller Jr. 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Bostian Shoap 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Abraham Enoclcs 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6., 


0 


To John Shenyfelt 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Abraham Teter 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To John Teter 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Jacob Broomback 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To George Parker 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Zachariah Miller 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Peter Fisher 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To William Teagarden 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Frederick Long 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Mathias Nicholls 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Henry Startsman 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Andrew Bench 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Bostian Shoap, Jr. 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To George Adam Fait 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Petw Han^ 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Simon Myer 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Philip Jacob Miller 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


& 



FEEKCH AHD IWBIAX WAB. 



349 



To 


Nicholas Ridenor 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


John Colkleaser 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


Christian Rhoarer 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


George Davis 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


Ephraim Skills 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


Samuel Plumbs 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


Michael Roddey 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


Frederick Shaneyfield 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


John Newcomer 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


John Levenston 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


Casper Crap 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


John Seller 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


John Seller Jr. 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


Jacob Miller (son Conrad) 


1 6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


Gabriel Friend 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


Bartholomew Hatton 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


Benjamin Molatt 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


Peter Stukey 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


Joseph Williams 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


Baptist Scott 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


George Sweagler 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


Laurance Shuck 


6 


ditto 


ditto 


48 


0.. 6.. 


0 


To 


Capt. Thomas Korris's Muster 


Roll 










To 


the Above Capt. for 30 days 


Attendance 


800 


5.. 0.. 


0 


To 


Richard Wells Lieut. 


30 




ditto 


660 


3..10.. 


0 


To 


Frederick Tryer Ensign 


30 




ditto 


480 


3.. 0.. 


0 


To 


Edward Brown Seigt. 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


320 


2.. 0.. 


0 


To 


Thomas Gk>odson " 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


320 


2.. 0.. 


0 


To 


George Brown " 


90 


ditto 


ditto 


320 


2.. 0.. 


0 


To 


William Brown ditto 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


320 


2.. 0.. 


0 


To 


Benjamin Neurn Corpl. 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


320 


2.. 0.. 


0 


To 


William Durbin 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


320 


2.. 0.. 


0 


To 


Job Cooe Corpl. 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


320 


2.. 0.. 


0 


To 


Nathaniel Norris ditto 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


320 


2.. 0.. 


0 


To 


Rody Bruback Drummer 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


320 


2.. 0.. 


0 


To 


William Winchester Clk 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1..I0.. 


0 


To 


George Tye (priv't Soldier) 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1..10.. 


0 


To 


James Anawood ditto 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1..10.. 


0 


To 


Jacob Blubaugh ditto 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1..10.. 


0 


To 


William Beall ditto 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1..10.. 


0 


To 


Jacob Brown ditto 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1..10.. 


0 


To 


Daniel Cover ditto 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1..10.. 


0 


To 


Philip Coblin ditto 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1..10.. 


0 


To 


Michael Cookees ditto 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1..10.. 


0 


To 


Henry Countes ditto 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1..10.. 


0 


To 


Anthony Dentlenger ditto 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1..10.. 


0 



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352 



MABTLAWD HTSTOEICAX, MAGAZINE. 



To Edward Russom 


27 


ditto 


ditto 


216 


1.. 7.. 


0 


To Abnar Tootle 


27 


ditto 


ditto 


216 


1.. 7.. 


0 


To Edward Caliall 


27 


ditto 


ditto 


216 


1.. 7.. 


0 


To James Cahall 


27 


ditto 


ditto 


216 


1.. 7.. 


0 


To John Woottars 


27 


ditto 


ditto 


216 


1.. 7.. 


0 


To Thomas Townsend 


27 


ditto 


ditto 


216 


1.. 7.. 


0 


To Thomas Roe 


27 


ditto 


ditto 


216 


1.. 7.. 


0 


To Mathew Williams 


27 


ditto 


ditto 


216 


1.. 7.. 


0 


To Daniel Faulkner 


27 


ditto 


ditto 


216 


1.. 7.. 


0 


To Samuel Bartlett 


26 


ditto 


ditto 


216 


1.. 7.. 


0 


To Edgar Webb 


27 


ditto 


ditto 


216 


1.. 7.. 


0 


To Nathan Wilson 


27 


ditto 


ditto 


216 


1.. 7.. 


0 


To Vaughan Jump© 


27 


ditto 


uIIlO 


^lo 




n 
u 


To Thomas Hill 


27 


ditto 


dllCO 


91 PL 


1 *T 
1*. 


U 


To Thomas Beal 


27 


ditto 


ditto 




1 "7 
X.. 


A 

U 


To Christopher Manlove 














Drummer 


4 


ditto 




32 


0.. 4.. 


Q 


To William Webb 


27 


ditto 


tiltu) 




1 7 


U 


To Capt. Peregrine Brown Muster Roll for 


15 days 


400 


2..10.. 


0 


To Lieut. Samuel Groome 15 


days ditto 




280 


1..15.. 


0 


To Ensign Joseph Kasin 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1..10.. 


0 


To Sergt Rasin Gale 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


160 


1.. 0.. 


0 


To Henry Turlock 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


160 


1.. 0.. 


0 


To Joseph Turlock 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


160 


1.. 0.. 


0 


To John McGuire' 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


160 


1.. 0.. 


0 


To David Hull Corpl. 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


160 


1.. 0.. 


0 


To John Craig ditto 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


160 


1.. 0.. 


0 


To William Collins ditto 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


160 


1.. 0.. 


0 


To MteOall Medford 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


160 


1.. 0.. 


0 


Drun»ner Benjamin Foreman 


16 


ditto 


ditto 


160 


1.. 0.. 


0 


To Clk Thomas Chandler 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To John Boggs 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To James Greenwood 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Thomas Hart 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Nicholas Parsons 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To John Tuckwell 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To John Everett 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To John Brisco 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Luke Middleton 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Jacob Turloch 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Michael Eaimen 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Charles Tombs 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To John Eicketts 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Joseph King 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To John Castledine 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Robert Ford Jr. 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 



SEEITCH AKD INDIAIfr WAH. 



353 



To John Angier 


IS 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Joseph Greenwood 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To William Ford 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Joshua George 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Andrew Toalson 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To John Yoarkley 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To William Cowse 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Saml, Warner 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Mark Noble 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To William Reading 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Joseph Ashbur 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Thomas Hepburn 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Thomas Chandler Jr. 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Tilton Reed 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Isaac Briscoe 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Henry Talbott 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Joseph Hull 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To John Mitchell 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To John Hicks 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Charles Ford 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To John DaviB 


15 


ditto 


ditto 


120 


0..15.. 


0 


To Captain Peter Bainbridge 


Muster Roll 










To the above Capt. for 


41 


days 


Serrice 


1003 


6..16.. 


7% 


To Lieut. Henry Botler 


36 


ditto 


ditto 


672 


4.. 4.. 


0 


To Jacob Young Kns. 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


448 


2..16.. 


0 


To Sergt. George Tucker 


41 


ditto 


ditto 


437 


2..14.. 


7% 


To Christian Lederman 


41 


ditto 


ditto 


437 


2..14.. 


7% 


To Thomas Johnson 


36 


ditto 


ditto 


384 


2.. 8.. 


0 


To Nicholas Aldridge CorpL 


36 


ditto 


ditto 


384 


2.. 8.. 


0 


To William Anderson do 


»6 


ditto 


ditto 


384 


2.. 8.. 


0 


To George Beall Drummer 


41 


ditto 


ditto 


434 


2..14.. 


3 


To Samuel Spurgen 


41 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 1.. 


0 


To William Spurgen 


41 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 1.. 


0 


To James Spurgen 


41 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 1.. 


0 


To Edward Grimes 


41 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 1.. 


0 


To Joseph Lazear 


41 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 1.. 


0 


To Edward Johnson 


41 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 1.. 


0 


To Jacob Burge 


41 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 1.. 


0 


To William Ridgly 


41 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 1.. 


0 


To Larance Delater 


41 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 1.. 


0 


To John Johnson at Manoecacy 30 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1..10.. 


0 


To James Booth 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1..10.. 


0 


To Elias Wilyard 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1..10.. 


0 


To Abraham Tansey 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1..10.. 


0 


To Edward Tansey . 


90 


ditto 


ditto 


72 


0.. 9.. 


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30 


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ditto 


240 


1, 


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To Elias Mair 


30 


ditto 


ditto 


240 


1. 


.10., 


. 0 


To Jacob Sturm 


35 


ditto 


ditto 


280 


1. 


.15., 


, 0 


To John Johnson 


36 


ditto 


ditto 


288 


1. 


.16., 


. 0 


To John Vanderver 


33 


ditto 


ditto 


264 


1. 


.13., 


, 0 


To William Shurley 


36 


ditto 


ditto 


288 


1. 


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, 0 


To James Wilson 


36 


ditto 


ditto 


288 


1. 


.16., 


0 


To John Roberts 


36 


ditto 


ditto 


288 


1. 


.16.. 


0 


To Abraham Leekins 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


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0 


To Thomas Pee 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1., 


, 8.. 


0 


To John Simson 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1., 


, 8.. 


0 


To Zachariah Walker 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1., 


, 8,. 


0 


To Tobias Horime 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Adam Liday 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1., 


, 8.. 


0 


To Conrad Crown 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Adam Everly 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To John Eider 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Jacob Staley 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Andrew Bowles 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Jacob Fluck 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Felty Card 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Leonard Pecabough 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Leonard Everly 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Peter Bruner 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Jacob Turner 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Ledwick Harbouck 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Vandel Cramer 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


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28 


dil^ 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Jacob Cline 


28 


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ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Elias Creger 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Melker Liter 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Gasper Beckenbok 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To George Yeast 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


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28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


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28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Francis Cost 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 


To Michael Everly 


28 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 


8.. 


0 



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ditto 


784 


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0 


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ditto 


672 


4.. 0.. 


0 


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ditto 


448 


2..16.. 


0 


To Joseph Mayhew 




ditto 


448 


2,.16.. 


0 


To Peter Stilty 


34 


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362 


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3 


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42 


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448 


2..16.. 


0 


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448 


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448 


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, 0 


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ditto 


448 


2..16.. 


0 


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34 


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272 


1..14., 


, 0 


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34 


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272 


1..14., 


, 0 


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34 


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272 


1..14., 


, 0 


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34 


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272 


1..14.. 


0 


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42 


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336 


2.. 2., 


, 0 


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34 


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272 


1..14., 


, 0 


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34 


ditto 


272 


1..14., 


, 0 


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34 


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272 


1..14.. 


0 


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42 


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336 


2.. 2.. 


0 


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42 


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336 


2.. 2.. 


0 


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42 


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336 


2.. 2.. 


0 


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42 


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336 


2.. 2.. 


0 


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34 


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272 


I..14.. 


0 


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34 


ditto 


272 


1..14.. 


0 


To Melcor Staly 


34 


ditto 


272 


1..14.. 


0 


To Jacob Hoff 


34 


ditto 


272 


1..14.. 


0 


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42 


ditto 


336 


2.. 2.. 


0 


To Anthony Fogeler 


42 


ditto 


336 


2.. 2.. 


0 


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34 


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272 


1..14.. 


0 


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34 


ditto 


272 


1..14.. 


0 


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34 


ditto 


272 


1..14.. 


0 


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34 


ditto 


272 


1..14.. 


0 


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34 


ditto 


272 


1..14.. 


0 


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42 


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336 


2.. 2.. 


0 


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34 


ditto 


272 


1..14.. 


0 


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34 


ditto 


272 


1..14.. 


0 


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34 


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272 


1..14.. 


0 


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34 


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272 


1..14.. 


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34 


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272 


1..14.. 


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34 


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272 


1..14.. 


0 


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34 


ditto 


272 


1..14.. 


0 


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42 


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336 


2.. 2.. 


0 


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34 


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272 


1..14.. 


0 


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42 


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336 


2.. 2.. 


0 


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42 


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336 


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42 


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336 


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42 


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336 


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34 


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272 


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42 


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34 


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272 


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0 


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34 


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272 


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34 


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272 


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0 


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34 


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42 


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55 


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440 


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55 


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440 


2..15.. 


0 


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55 


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440 


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0 


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25 


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200 


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31 


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55 


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440 


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0 


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55 


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440 


2..15.. 


0 


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55 


ditto 


440 


2..15.. 


0 


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55 


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440 


2..15.. 


0 


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55 


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440 


2..15.. 


0 


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55 


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440 


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0 


To William Bealif 


55 


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440 


2. .15.. 


0 


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55 


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440 


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0 


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55 


ditto 


440 


2.. 15.. 


0 


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55 


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440 


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13 


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13 


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0 


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13 


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104 


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0 


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14 


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112 


0..14.. 


0 


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14 


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1 


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0 


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13 


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104 


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0 


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13 


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104 


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0 


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13 


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104 


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13 


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14 


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13 


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14 


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13 


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13 


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6 


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48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To John Hooser 


6 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


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ditto 


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0.. 


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0 


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ft 




119 


0..14.. 


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ditto 


64 


0.. 


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0 


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64 


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ditto 




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xo VTCV^l J.J.OUi3C 




ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To John Booth 


6 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


Tn Pliarloa 'Walter 


ft 


ditto 




0.. 


6.. 




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g 


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48 


0.. 


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0 


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ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


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xo UOIIIL vv HlKcl 


ft 
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ditto 




0.. 


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ditto 


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0.. 


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ditto 


48 


0.. 


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0.. 


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xo ^Ol IlClIUB vv OllClDUU 


6 


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48 


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ditto 


4ft 


0.. 


6.. 


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To Matthew Clark 


6 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Thomas Pain 


6 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To John Avey 


6 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Jacob Avey 


6 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To William Swim 


e 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 


To Thomas Wiggins 


6 


ditto 


48 


0.. 


6.. 


0 



The following is Capt. Jo#ina Bealls of P. G. Co. Master Eoll Taken from 
the Journal 

The Above Capt. 8865 24.. 3.. 1% 

To Stephen Weet of ditto ditto 13452 84.. 1.. 6 



360 



MABTLAKD HISTOBICAIi MAQAZimS. 



To James Dick 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


2432 


15.. 4.. 


0 


To Henry Skinner 


of 


Calvt. Co ditto 


184 


1.. 3.. 


0 


To Ferguson Freeman 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


184 


1.. 3.. 


0 


To John Tucker 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


184 


1.. 3.. 


0 


To Aaron Freeman 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


184 


1.. 3.. 


0 


To James Freeman 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


216 


1.. 7.. 


0 


To John Ogleby 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


200 


1.. 5.. 


0 


To Bichard Deakins 


of 


P. G. 


Co. ditto 


208 


1.. 6.. 


0 


To Benjamin Triggs 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


244 


1..10.. 


6 


To Benjamin Musgrove Jr. 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 8.. 


0 


To William Hamilton 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


244 


1..10.. 


6 


To Robert Richards 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


244 


1..10.. 


6 


To John Gibba 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


244 


1..10.. 


6 


To William Harbin 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 8.. 


0 


To Walter Watson 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


208 


1.. 6.. 


0 


To Robert St. Clear 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


244 


1..10.. 


6 


To Francis Piles (son Francis) 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


224 


1.. 8.. 


0 


To Charles Sutter 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


214 


1.. 6.. 


9 


To Hezekiah Little 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


244 


1..10.. 


6 


To Lawrence Vanables 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


208 


1.. 6.. 


0 


To Thomas Brightwell 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


208 


1.. 6.. 


0 


To Stephen West (by Asognment 












from Ths. Hoopes) 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


244 


1..10.. 


6 


To John Wilbum 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


244 


1..10.. 


6 


To Jesse Myers 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


256 


1..12.. 


0 


To Thomas Webb 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


244 


1..10.. 


6 


To Philip Tanneyhill Jr. 


of 


ditto 




244 


1..10.. 


6 


To Lieut. Thomas Mathews 


of 


ditto 




803 


5.. 0.. 


4^ 


To Ensign James Riley 


of 


ditto 




592 


3..14.. 


0 


To Sergt. James White 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


384 


2.. 8.. 


0 


To Sergt. Walter Smith GreemSdd 


ditto 




450 


2..17.. 


4% 


To Sergt. Barton Lucas 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


438 


2.. 14.. 


9 


To Corpl. John Ray 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


459 


2..17.. 


4% 


To Thomas Smith Greenfield 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


459 


2..17.. 


4% 


To Corpl. Basil Burgess 


oJ 


ditto 




416 


2..12.. 


0 


To ditto Jeremiah Evans 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


459 


2..17.. 


4% 


To ditto Thomas Ghent 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


459 


2..17.. 




To ditto Benjamin Hall 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


459 


2..17.. 


4^4 


To Zachariah Evans assigned Christr 










Loundes 




ditto 


ditto 


300 


1..17.. 


6 


To Richard Elson 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 1.. 


0 


To John Powell 


of ditto 


ditto 


312 


1..19.. 


0 


To Nehemiah Trahan 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


344 


2.. 3.. 


0 


To Reason Beall 


of ditto 


ditto 


344 


2.. 3.. 


0 


To Richard Beans 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


344 


2.. 3.. 


0 


To John Young 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


344 


2.. 3.. 


0 


To Bowles Alder 


of ditto 


ditto 


344 


2.. 3.. 


0 



FBENOH AND IBTDIAIT WAB. 



361 



To William White 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


344 


2.. 


3.. 


0 


To Butler Locker 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


296 


1.. 


17.. 


0 


To Kichard Beall 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 


1.. 


0 


To Thomas Allen 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 


1.. 


0 


To John Kosmajj 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


72 


0.. 


9.. 


0 


To Daniel Page 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 


1.. 


0 


To Philip Scarce 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


184 


1.. 


3.. 


0 


To John Alloi 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


312 


1.. 


19, 


0 


To John Low 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


344 


2.. 


3.. 


0 


To John Keaton 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


344 


2.. 


3.. 


0 


To Basil Mulliken 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 


1.. 


0 


To William Whittacre 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 


1.. 


0 


To Edward Taylor 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 


1.. 


0 


To Abraham Boyd 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


344 


2.. 


3., 


0 


To Nasey Brashears 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 


1.. 


0 


To Jonathan Simmons Jr. 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


320 


2.. 


0.. 


0 


To William Fowler 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


40 


0.. 


5.. 


0 


To Thomas MuUikin Jr. 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 


1.. 


0 


To Michael Jefferys 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


344 


2.. 


3.. 


0 


To Gabrael Childs 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 


1.. 


0 


To Richard Walker Jr. 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


344 


2.. 


3.. 


0 


To James Crawford 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


312 


1.. 


19.. 


0 


To Stephen West by Assignment 


from 












Zachariah Sesselet! 








344 


2.. 


3.. 


0 


To John Perry 


o£ 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 


1.. 


0 


To Clement Hollyday 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


344 


2.. 


3.. 


0 


To James CoUett 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


344 


2.. 


3.. 


0 


To James Orme 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


344 


2.. 


3.. 


0 


To Benjamin Adams 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


72 


0.. 


9.. 


0 


To John Lowe Bean 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


344 


2.. 


3.. 


0 


To Nathan Orme 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


328 


2.. 


1.. 


0 


To William Harvey 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


336 


2.. 


2.. 


0 


To Francis Piles (son Leonard) 


of 




ditto 


344 


2.. 


3.. 


0 


To Ninian Beall (son William) 


of 




ditto 


248 


1.. 


Il- 


0 


To Henry Butler 


of 




ditto 


304 


1.. 


ls.. 


0 


To John Burten 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


312 


1.. 


19.. 


0 


To John Jacks Exrs. 


of 


Fred Go. ditto 


335 


2.. 


1.. 


10% 


To James Jacks 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


335 


2.. 


1.. 


10% 



To Capt. Joshua Beall for a deduc- 
tion out of Anguist Shaw's Allow- 
ance being 344 for a Match Coat 
furnished him @ 12/6 which in 
Tobacco is 

To Stephen West by Assignment for 
the remainder of 

To Archibald Burten for 

To Capt TeWfts Stamsbury'g Exrs. of Balto. 



ditto 
ditto 
GoBnty 



100 

244 
312 
135S 



0..12.. 6 

1..10.. 6 
1..19., 0 
8.. 9.. 0 



362 MAETtATO HISTOEICAI. MA»AZINE. 



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of 


ditto 


ditto 


720 


4..10.. 


0 


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of 


ditto 


ditto 


672 


4.. 4.. 


0 




of 


ditto 


ditto 


624 


3..18.. 


0 


To Samuel Bond 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


709 


4.. 8.. 


7% 


To Antlioiiy Lecompt 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


416 


2..12., 


0 


Tn WillinTn T^'crlp 

J.U VV lllliillL Jliglc 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


416 


2.. 12.. 


0 


To William Saunders 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


416 


2.. 12.. 


0 




of 


ditto 


ditto 


709 


4.. 8.. 




J. o ureorge \x±u v e 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


416 


2„12,. 


0 




of 


ditto 


ditto 


416 


2..12.. 


0 


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of 


ditto 


ditto 


576 


3..I2.. 


0 


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of 


ditto 


ditto 


608 


3. .16.. 


0 


Tn ATiraliJiTn VfiiiiyliaTi 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


608 


3.. 16.. 


0 


To Henry Stevenson 


nf 






908 


3. .12.. 




l^rt Wi^l /^TVl fW\ 1^11 tl^V 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


576 


3.. 12.. 


0 


Trt .To^"K'i»n TiTTTipll 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


608 


3. .16.. 


0 


Tn PnKorf Tigvin 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


624 


3..18.. 


0 


J.O J3vUWarU XlZUlBUli 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


608 


3..16,. 


0 




of 


ditto 


ditto 


628 


3„ 6,. 


0 


Tn .TnVin (~!nnnwnv 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


560 


3. .10.. 


0 


Tn Nnrmand Svt.iTipliiAntnT) 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


560 


3..10.. 


0 


To John Gist 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


560 


3..10.. 


0 


Tn .TnQPTiJi TiPjmnTi 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


304 


1..18.. 


0 




County 


ditto 


304 


1..18.. 


0 


To John Smith 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


304 


1..18.. 


0 


To »Tnliii fTnii6S 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Edward Teal 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


40 


O.i 5.. 


0 


J.O jneiiry xiGi/iiiiaiU 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


312 


1..19.. 


0 


Tn TTpnr\r Tnrr 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


304 


1..18.. 


0 


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of 


ditto 


UlblrU 


312 


1..19.. 


0 


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of 


ditto 


ditto 


304 


1..18.. 


0 


Tn nTifiaf n'nliPT TjpfiVPTTimiiTli 






ditto 


304 


1..18.. 


0 




of 


ditto 


ditto 


312 


1..19.. 


0 


To Charles Gosnel 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


280 


1..15.. 


0 


To William IgoQ • 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


280 


1..15.. 


0 


To William Bailey 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


280 


1..15.. 


0 


To William Bradock 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Samuel Sergeant 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


152 


0..19.. 


0 


To George Hopbam 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


312 


1..19.. 


0 


To Samuel Guyton 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


405 


2..10.. 


7% 


To Darby Henley 


0* 


ditto 


ditto 


405 


2..10.. 


7% 


To Aquilla Neilson 


of 


Balto. 


County 


608 


3..16.. 


0 


To Stephen Kimbold 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


608 


3..16.. 


0 



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MAKTLAND HISTOMCAI, MA«AZINB. 



To John McDonald 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


312 


1..19.. 


0 


To William Smith 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


312 


1..19.. 


0 


To Morris Dixon 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


312 


1..19.. 


0 


To Richard Cheney 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


312 


1..19.. 


0 


To Belcher Michal 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Henry Wise 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


312 


1..19.. 


0 


To Michael Mower 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


312 


1..19.. 


0 


To James Gregory 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


312 


1..19.. 


0 


To Warmouth Shaw 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


312 


1..19.. 


0 


To Edward Park 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


312 


1..19.. 


0 


To Mathais Oate 


<a 


F. 


County 


96 


0..12.. 


0 


To Hance Ireland 


of 


ditto 




21 


0.. 2.. 


^Va 


To John Mercer 


of 


ditto 


ditto 


21 


0.. 2.. 


7% 


To John Moale 


of 


Balto 


Co ditto 


56 


0.. 7.. 


0 


To James Mathews 


of 


ditto 




710 


4.. 8.. 


9 


To John Middagh 


of 


F. 


C.cKtto 


150 


0..18.. 


9 


To Capt. Saml. Chapman 


(of 


A. A. 


Ca) 


1013 


6.. 6.. 


7% 


To Lieut. Henry Hall 


of 


ditto 




709 


4.. 8.. 


7V2 


To John Watkins 


of 


ditto 




608 


3..16.. 


0 


To Edward Steward 


of 


ditto 




405 


2..10.. 


7% 


To Lewis Stockett 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Joseph Williams 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


(son of Richd) 














To Gassaway Watking 


of 


A. A. 


Co. 


304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Thomas Wootton 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Samuel Watkins 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Stephen Watkins 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Richard Harwood 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Richard Burgess 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Anthony Smith 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Thomas Watkins 


of 


A. A. 


Co 


304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Joseph Watkins 


ot 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Thomas Stockett Jr. 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To James Dick 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To William Brown 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Robert Connant 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Thomas Mays 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Nicholas Pierce 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To John Read 


01 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Jacob Jones 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To William Ijams 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Henry Jones 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Henry Hall by Assi^aent 


from 












John Briant 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Joseph Brewer 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To William Brewer 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


To Bennett Hood 


of 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 



To Philip Hall of 

To Thomas Davis of 
The Above Thomas Davis is Assign- 
ed to Henry Hall of A. A. County. 
To Capt. Joseph Hanson Harrison of 

To Lieut. Robert Hanson of 

To Ensign William Stone of 

To CJorpl. John Eavens of 

To ditto Philip Love of 

To ditto Bobert Mastin of 

To Drummer John Fewell of 

To William McCullock of 

To John Gody of 

To Thomas Dawton of 

To Alexander Keynam of 

To James Suddith of 

To John Southerland of 

To William Henderson of 

To Daniel Munroe of 

To Benjamin McKay of 

To Hynes Robey of 

To Smallwood Thompson of 

To Bennett Jackson of 

To David Flint of 

To Greorge Mudd of 

To Benjamin Shakaktt of 

To Collin Thompson of 

To Charles King of 

To William Morris of 

To Edward Hubbard of 

To Isaac Jenkins of 

To Jacob Minetree of 

To Thomas Cooper for 27 
The Above Cooper was omitted in 

Cassons Muster Roll 

To Jacob Sennett Sergt. 28 
To Henry Alexander Corpl. 28 

To William Burge private 4 



The above Omitted in Capt. Bain- 
bridge Muster Boll 
To Henry Baker as pr. Acct. 

A List of the Militia Accounts now 

Tobias Rudolph of Cecil County 
Joseph Chapline of Fredk. 
Jesse HoUandswortit of Cecil 
!Richola3 Roads 



ditto 




72 


0.. 


9.. 


0 


ditto 




304 


1..18.. 


0 


Charles County 


12214 


76.. 


6.. 


9 


ditto 




1260 


7..17.. 


6 


ditto 




1080 


6..15.. 


0 


ditto 




654 


4.. 


1.. 


9 


ditto 




654 


4.. 


1.. 


9 


ditto 




654 


4.. 


1.. 


9 


ditto 




654 


4.. 


1.. 


9 


ditto 




416 


2..12.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


416 


2..12.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


416 


2..12.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


416 


2..12.. 


0 


^tto 


ditto 


416 


2..12.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


416 


2..12.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


392 


2.. 


9.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


392 


2.. 


9.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


392 


2.. 


9.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


392 


2.. 


9.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


392 


2.. 


9.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


392 


2.. 


9.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


392 


2.. 


9.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


352 


2.. 


4.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


352 


2.. 


4.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


392 


2.. 


9.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


392 


2.. 


9.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


392 


2.. 


9.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


392 


2.. 


9.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


392 


2.. 


9.. 


0 


ditto 


ditto 


248 


1..11.. 


0 


days 


Service 


216 


1.. 


7.. 


0 


days 


Service 


298 


1..17.. 


3 


ditto 


ditto 


298 


1..17.. 


3 


ditto 


ditto 


SZ 


0.. 


4.. 


0 








12.. 







before the Ccnumittee of Accounts Viz 

No. 1 7..17..17 

2 22.. 3.. 9 

3 9..18.. 8 

4 7.. 0.. 0 



366 HAmAASTD Hlfl^CWtCAZ, ttifcCHtZIKi:. 



To Jonathan Leatherbury of Kt. Coty 


6 


0., 


,10.. 


0 


To John Chappie of ditto 


7 


4. 


. 0.. 


6 


To Isaac Vanbibber & Co 


8 


7., 


. 0.. 


0 


To Jonathan Wilson (Frederick) 


9 


4., 


. 1.. 


0 


To George Winters (of do.) 


10 


2. 


.15.. 


0 


To Eodulphus Eltinge (ditto) 


11 


14. 


. 9.. 


5% 


To Valentine Myers (ditto) 


12 


11., 


, 5.. 


0 


To William Roberts (do.) 


13 


2. 


.15.. 


0 


To Nathaniel Tranblinson ditto 


14 


15., 


,15.. 


6 


To Christopher Edelin (of Frederirfc) 


15 


8.. 


. 7.. 


0 


To John Eorrar of ditto 


16 


38., 


.14.. 


4% 


To Michael Harman of ditto 


17 


3., 


,15.. 


0 


To Valentine Grove of ditto 


18 


1., 


,12.. 


0 


To Nicholas Troosburgh of ditto 


19 


5. 


. 5.. 


0 


To Elechart Ayler of ditto 


20 


4., 


,10.. 


0 


To John Henthorn of ditto 


21 


1. 


.12.. 


6 


To Frederick Eorf ar of ditto 


22 


10. 


.16.. 


0 


To Catherine Monlott of ditto 


23 


21., 


. 3.. 


0 


To James Chalmers (of Annapolis) 


24 


5. 


. 0.. 


0 


To Joseph Milbourn Simms of Charles 


25 


5. 


.Iff.. 


4 


To Geo: Jacob Troutwine of Fredk 


26 


11. 


.1.5.. 


6 


To Thomas Einggold of Kent 


27 


86. 


. 2.. 


6 


To John Bolton of ditto 


28 


10., 


,13.. 


4 


To John Bordley of ditto • 


29 


32., 


, 2.. 


0% 


To George Brown of Kent 


30 


6. 


. 0.. 


0 


To John Carvill of ditto 


32 


9. 


. 7.. 


0 


To Jacob Sim of Frederick 


33 


8., 


, 9.. 


10% 


To John Schelman of ditto 


34 


5., 


,13.. 


0 


To Stephen Ranaburgh of ditto 


35 


1- 


,12.. 


0 


To Andrew Styger of Baltimore 


36 


0., 


,16.. 


0 


To Joshua Sewell of ditto 


37 


0., 


.18.. 


9 


To John Kimbell of Fredk 


38 


6., 


, 5.. 


7 


To Moses Chaplin of ditto 


39 


27., 


, 9.. 


10 


To Bryan Philpott Baltimore 


40 


11., 


. 8.. 


10 


To Alexander Lawson of ditto 


41 


6., 


,15.. 


8 


To Matthew Smith of Fredk 


42 


5., 


,12.. 


6 


To Charles Beaty's of ditto 


43 


0., 


,17.. 


6 


To Jomee Perr^ of ditto 


44 


4., 


, 7.. 


6 


To John Peacock of ditto 


45 


15.. 


, 0.. 


0 


To George Streback of Fredk 


46 


3., 


, 0.. 


0 


To Coll. Thomas Prather of ditto 


47 


17., 


, 0.. 


0 


To Margt. Webb of ditto 


48 


9., 


.15.. 


0 


To James Perrie of ditto 


49 


3., 


,15.. 


0 


To Christopher Edelin of ditto 


50 


10., 


,17.. 


10 


To Isaac Sterrum of ditto 


51 


3., 


,14.. 


0 


To Jonathan Hager of ditto 


52 


8., 


. 7..: 


11 


To Matthew Do(*:ray of Q. Ann 


S3 


34.. 


e.. 


6 



t 



367 



To Henry Casson of ditto 






1^ in 

OOtt JLU.. 


Q 
0 


To Thomas Elliot Hutchings ditto 


55 


1..15.. 


Q 


To Edward Neale's Exrs. of (Mtto 


ov 


in in 


D 


To Isaac Baker of Fredk. 






9.. 0., 


Q 


To James Long of ditto 




fin 


3..10., 


n 

V 


To William Hopper 


of Q. Ann 


ov 


0..10.. 


0 


To Nathan Wright of ditto 




0..10.. 


0 


To Casper Schaff of 


Fredk. 


61 


47..14.. 


1 


To Cullip Rhodes of ditto 






5.. 0.. 


0 


To Jacob Staley of ditto 




63 


17.. 6.. 


0 


To Jacob Hough of ditto 




64 


24.. 0.. 


0 


Kichard Richardson 




Frederick 


00 


7..17.. 


6 


Jonathan Hagar 




uo. 


66 


70.. 9..11^ 


John Rutur 




Tin 


fi7 


9.. 0.. 


0 


George Clem 




JJO 


Do 


3..10.. 


0 


Frederick Havener 




Tin 




16,. 5.. 


0 


Michael HaroiteT 




TV* 


70 
f u 


3.. 5.. 


0 


Peter Praig 




UO 


•71 
i 1 


3..10.. 


6 


Catharine Camheart 




no 


72 


7.. 0.. 


0 


George Lay 




Tin 

no 


71 

1 o 


4.. 7..UV4, 


Casper Meir 




Tin 

no 




3..12.. 


6 


John bnelman 




Do 


75 


2..15.. 


6 


Valintino Shroiner 




Tin 

no 


7fi 
f u 


1..13.. 


0 


Samuel Mayer 




Tin 

no 


77 
f f 


6..18.. 


4Ms 


Martin Casner 






7» 
f o 


13..12.. 


8 


Stephen Ransberger 




no 


70 


17.. 4.. 


0 


Arthur Charlton 




no 


ftn 
ou 


22..12.. 


3 


William Hickman 




Tin 

no 


fil 

Oi 


2.. 7.. 


0 


Henry Hickman 




Tin 

no 




9.. 0.. 


0 


Adam Burns 




Frederick 


83 


7.. 0.. 


0 


William Galfords 




Do 


04 


8..15.. 


0 


Joshua Hickman 




Do 


QR 
OU 


5.. 10.. 


0 


Nicholas Butcher 




Do 


OO 


13.. 2.. 


6 


John Bruner 




Do 


q7 
ol 


6.. 4.. 


0 


Daniel Davis 




Do 


oo 
oo 


2..15.. 


6 


Rachel Dowden 




Do 




1..18.. 


9 


Joseph Wolgermot 






yo 


1.. 7.. 


4 


William Hall 




Elk Ridge 


01 


37..15.. 


0 


Jeremiah Hays 




Frederick 


09 


8..10.. 


0 


Christian Everyone 




Do 


93 


6.. 3.. 


0 


John Radford 




Do 


94 


6..15.. 


5 


Michael AUix 




Do 


95 


0..19.. 


6 


Henry Smith 




Do 


96 


5.. 9.. 


4 


Ninian Beall (son Ninian) 


Do 


97 


34..19.. 


0 


John Stoner 




Do 


98 


15..15.. 


0 


John Atkinson 


(Queen Anns) 


99 


2.. 0.. 


2 


John Sparks 


(Qu««i AsHs) 


100 


2.. 4.. 


2 



MABm.AKi> MiisTomcML mA&mms. 



George Wells 


Do 


101 


2..16.. 


2 


John Delford 


Do 


102 


0..14.. 


0 


Henry Mason 


Do 


103 


2.. 8.. 


9 


Isaac Tippen 


Do 


104 


1.. 2.. 


8 


Joseph Scrivener 


Do 


105 


2.. 2.. 


7 


John Merideth 


Do 


106 


2.. 8.. 


9 


James Roe 


Do 


107 


1..12.. 


0 


Colo. Edwd. Tilghman 


Do 


108 


45.. 0.. 


0 


Thomas Clayland 


Do 


loe 


9.. 9.. 


0 


Thomas Dnckery 


Do 


110 


0..15.. 


0 


Philoman Thomas 


Do 


111 


2.. 1.. 


9 


William Yelldell 


(Annapolis) 


112 


16.. 1.. 


0 


Henry Lazerus 


Fredk. 


113 


1.. 0.. 


0 


Frederick Miller 


Do 


114 


6.. 0.. 


0 


Margaret Webb 


Do 


155 


11..10.. 


9' 


Charles Beattys 


Do 


116 


28.. 11.. 


6 


John Bentch 


Do 


117 


0..12.. 


6 


John Arnold 


XVedk. 


118 


5.. 0.. 


0 


Peter Rench 


Do 


119 


I20..14.. 


0 


Jacob Neff 


Do 


120 


2.. 4.. 


0 


William Durn 


Do 


121 


3.. 2.. 


6 


John KimboU 


Do 


112 


1..12.. 


0 


Christian Thomas 


Do 


123 


2.. 6.. 


0 


Thomas Powell 


Do 


124 


2.. 5.. 


6 


Ezekiel Chany 


Do 


125 


3.. 1.. 


6 


John White 


Do 


128 


0..12.. 


0 


John Mcfaddin 


Do 


127 


25..12.. 


6 


William Beatty 


Do 


128 


3..15.. 


0 


Joseph Hanson Harrison Chas. Coty. 


131 


21.. 9.. 


5 


Abraham Emmett 


Cecil 


132 


12.. 0.. 


0 


Batrix Johnson 


Kent 


133 


8.. 0.. 


0 


Nathaniel Foster 


Frederick 


134 


2..10.. 


0 


Haary Sneverly 


Ditto 


135 


16.. 5.. 


3 



To Isaac Baker for provisions fonnd Oapt. Jos^h Chaplines 
Company 1791 Days @ 9d. 

To Joseph and Moses Chapline for proiisiOBS found said 
Chaplines Company 1234 days @ 9d. 

To Joseph Wolgamott for provisn. fouad Gapt. Jos^h Chap- 
line's Company 244 days @ 9d. 



fl493..14..113^ 



71.. 6.. 7 



46.. 5.. 6 



9.. 3.. 0 



To Coll. Richard Loyd for CaA Expended paid to the 

several persons 

To Thomas Perkins as per Accot. 6..17.. 7 

To James Porter as per ditto 31. .12.. 7 

To Edward Forenor as per ditto 4.. 1.. 6 



3€9 



To Thomas Ringgold as per ditto 

To Sarah McDarmott as ditto 

To Abraham Wood as per ditto 

To Coll. Richard Loyd as per ditto 

To Jonathan Barritt as per ditto 

To Telden Carvill and Haley as per aecot. 

To Adam Gray as per ditto 

To Simon Wilmer as per ditto 

To Thomas Spencer as per ditto 

To James Reed the Above Amounting to the Sum of 
£107.. 6.. 7 to be allowd. to the above Col. RiAd Uoyd 



2.. 

9.. 

2.. 
18., 

1.. 

8., 

4., 

3.. 
13., 



7.. 1 

2.. 8 

14.. 0 

10.. 6 

17.. 6 

15.. 3 

10.. 9 

10.. 9 

6.. 8 



1727., 



To Deduct for John Ridgley and William Lux's Aeets. 
129 & 130 supposed to be pd. by the Agents 



James Reed's Ers. (Kent County) 
This to be added to Col. Rd. Lloyd's Acct. 
Colo. Kicks. Hyland & the Exrs. of James 

Baxter for a Com<i. of Militia for 2 months 
Service as per Account may appear 

Thomas Cresape Fredk No. 

Edward Mitchell 



No. 



46. 



16..10% 
, 8.. 3 



John Medah 
Conrad Grosh 
Van Swearingin Jn 
William Rumsey 
Thomas Sligh 
Van Swearingen Sr. 
Benjamin Roberts 
James Hutchins 



William Lux 
John Ridgl^ 



136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 



£1681.. 8.. 7% 
19..13.. 0 



182..11.. 7 
27..10.. 2 
68.. 0.. 0 
9.. 4.. 0 
11.. 5.. 0 
19.. 6.. 0 
3..13.. 6 
2..12.. 7 
9.. 4.. 8 
3.. 5.. 0 
9., 1.. 8 



£2046..14.. ^^, 
26.. 4.. 0 
20..18..11 



£2093..17.. 614 

To His Excellency Horatio Sharpe Esqr. for his acct. 

&ca. No. 146 457.. 2.. 1 

William Weatherhead taken off the Joumall page 125 his 

proportion for a house burnt in George Town Kent County 

266..13.. 4 

laabella Weatherhead So Do 33.. 6.. 8 



£2850..19.. 7^4 



370 



KAB3XAin> MSWEOmQAL XA#AS[K£. 



Deduct for Tobias Rudolph and Jesse HoUandsworth No. 

1 & 3 those accts. being Settled in Colo. Hyland's acct. 17..15.. 9 



2833. 3..10M 

Ditto For John Chappie, his Acct. twice entered No. 31 on 
the Militia Aoconnte pa^ 96 4.. 0.. 6 



2829.. 3.. 414 

To Basil Burgess 18.. 0.. 0 

To James Walling grair. (Frederick) 8..18.. 0 

To Owen Davis (Frederick) 9..10.. 0 

To David Jones Junr. (Frederick) 15.. 0 

To Jolin Eench (Frederick) 0..]n.. 0 

To William Downey do. 10.. 5.. IV2 
To Cliristopher Lowndes for ninety pounds of Bisewt for 

the Use of the Militia as per acct. — ..15.. — 
To Ninian Bell of Frederick Coty. for 1 hogshead of Beef 
not heretofore allowed in Acct. 97 which is now made 

appear by Sundry Deposition 10.. 0.. 0 
To Mary Simms of Frederick County for quartering tweaty 

three Soldiers 572 Days at 1/6 per Day 42..18.. 0 
To Colo. Thomas Cresap of Fredk. County as per acct. 18..10..10 
To his Excellency Horatio Sharpe Esqr. for Doctor Eosb's 
charge against him while upon the Frontiers as per Ac- 
count filed and allowed 274..15..11 
To Edward Mitchell of Cecil County for quartering his 
Majesty's Independent Company at Oiarks Town in March 
1758 as per Acct. filed and allowed 20..15..11 
To Fredk. Garison of Fredk. County as per Account 18. .15.. — 
To Thomas Kelly of ditto as per ditto 30.. 0.. 0 
To James Black of ditto as per ditto 18. .15.. 0 
To David Long of ditto as per ditto 15.. 0.. 0 
To Margaret Webb of ditto as per ditto 7.. 5.. 3 
To Jacob Knave of ditto as per ditto 19..17.. 6 
To Bartholomew Booker of ditto as per ditto 22..13.. 6 
To Owen Davis of ditto as per ditto — ..15.. 0 
To David Jones of ditto as per ditto 17.. 5.. 0 
To Michael Euflf of ditto as per ditto 14.. 7.. 6 
To William Teagarden of ditto as per ditto 16..10.. 0 
To John Jones of ditto as per ditto 17.. 5.. • 
To John Veazy and Peter Bayard for Cash paid by them to 

Robert Allison on a Judgment 70.. 6.. 9 

To ditto as per Account on the Lancaster Alftrm 49..11..11 



£8495.. 8.. 314 



PEOCEBDINGS OF THE SOCIETY. 



3-71 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY 



Monthly Meeting, Monday, May 11, 1914. — The regular 
monthly meeting of the Society was held at 8.30 p. m., Presi- 
dent Edwin Warfleld presiding. In the absence of the Record- 
ing Secretary, Mr. Andrew C. Trippe, acted at the request of 
the President as Secretary, pro tempore. The minutes of the 
last meeting were read and approved. 

The following persons were elected to active memberdiip in 
the Society: — 

Annie Heloise Abel, Ph.D., Martin E. Eidgely, Mrs. Ida 
M. Shirk, Percy C. Skirven, Annie Homer Thomas and Henry 
Hoffman, D. D. S. ; and Henry E. B. Altzel was elected to 
associate membership. 

The correspondence was then read by the Corresponding 
Secretary, among which was the following letter, which is here 
recorded : — 

" Stamford, Connecticut, May 8th, 1914. 
My Dear Mr. Warfield: 

" I beg you to forgive what may be an intrusion on my part. 
But will you tell me where to address a letter, or to whom to 
write concerning a set of silver which I wish to give intact 
to some Society? 

" My great-grandmother was a Virginian who moved with 
her family to Cincinnati when it was a trading post. She there 
met and married my great-grandfather, Major Ferguson. 
Their daughter, Amelia, an only daughter, married my grand- 
father, James Morsell who had gone there from Baltimore. 
They had two sons and two daughters. My mother was the 
only one who had any children, although the two sons married. 

" My brother left no children. They had died before he 
died. My sister had no children, so this silver set of six pieces 
is now mine. I should like to give it to some Museum in Bal- 

5 



372 



MAEYLAND HISTOEICAL MAGAZHTE. 



timore. Mj father was a Baltimorean. I have not a relative 
now in Cincinnati ; not a relative now living except an old aunt 
(a childless widow) in Baltimore. 

" Can you give me the name of some Museum that would like 
it and I shall be very glad to give it, and a miniature of tha 
great-grandfather who had it. When General de Lafayette was 
in Cincinnati, all of his coffee was drained from the coffee pot 
in this set in 1824. My great-grandmother attended the ball 
given to him; and mother was kissed by the General, his son, 
and the then Secretary of State. She was only six months old 
at the time. 

" Mr. Warfield, I am very anxious to give this set of six 
pieces to some Society that would value it. I have no relatives, 
have never married, and I am in my sixty-sixth year. If you 
can give me any information as to whom to address on the sub- 
ject, I would be very, very deeply in your debt. I should add 
that fate has dealt very hardly with me in my old age. In 
youth I had every thing that was needed. I am now very poor, 
but I would like very much to place this set of silver where it 
would be valued. My sister died last November and left it 
to me. 

" I have been very ill, but would now like to have it 
placed in some good Museum where it would be safe. Please 
pardon me for troubling you to write me concerning it. 

Very truly yours, 

(Miss) Aimee Morsell McConkey. 

« No. 21 Willow St., Stamford, Conn," 

The Corresponding Secretary was requested to answer Miss 
McConkey's letter and state that this Society would be pleased 
to receive the silver. 

The resignation of Mrs. P. A. M. Brooke was read and 
accepted. 

The Necrology was read by the Secretary as follows: 
On Saturday, May 2, 1914, Mrs. Bobert C. Barry, an active 
member of the Society. 



PEOCEBDINQS OF THE SOCIETY. 



373 



Hr. Harris read a letter concerning the " Orizimbo " and 
asked if any one could assist in throwing any light on the same. 

The report of the Committee on Amendment to the Constitu- 
tion presented at the April meeting, the proposed amendments 
were, after some discussion, amended and adopted as follows : — 

Section 1 of Article 2, amended to read: — 

The Society shall consist of life, active, associate, correspond- 
ing and honorary members. 

Section lA, to be added to Article 2: — 

A life member shall be one "who contributes a sum not less 
than one hundred dollars to the Permanent Eund and has 
been duly elected as provided by Section 2 of Article 2 of this 
Constitution. Such member shall be exempt from the payment 
of annual dues. 

Section 1 of Article 5 amended to read : — 

At any stated meeting of the Society a ballot shall be held for 
those candidates for life, active, associate or corresponding 
membership whose names have beea entered in the nomination 
book by an active member of the Society or by his written 
authority, and have been by the Recording Secretary announced 
at a previous stated meeting. 

The paper of the evening entitled " The Rich Neck, a Colo- 
nial Manor," was then read by Mr. Joseph B. Seth, a member 
of the Society. 

Meeting of October 12, 1914. — The regular meeting for the 
month of October was held at the home of the Society at 8.30 

p. m., with President Warfield in the Chair. 

The Corresponding Secretary described the donations to the 
cabinet since the last meeting. A letter from Messrs. Spink 
& Son, London, England, concerning a bronze seal of Maryland 
which they offer for sale for £50 was discussed and a wax im- 
pression of the seal sent by Messrs. Spink & Son was exhibited. 
Mr. Cohen stated that Mr. C. C. Hall had examined the wax 



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impression carefully and had reached the conclusion that it was 
an exact copy of the present great seal of Maryland. Mr. Co- 
hen added that he had written to Messrs. Spink & Son, asking 
fliran where they had obtained the seal and what they knew of 
its history. 

Dr. Bernard 0. Steiner reported to the Committee on Publi- 
cations that the 34th Volume of the Maryland Archives had 
been printed and thereupon presented a copy to the Society. 

Upon elections duly held, the following who were nominated 
at the preceding meeting of the Society were duly elected as 
active members : 

Dr. James Bordley, Jr., Mr. Fred W. McOomas, 



The following were elected associate members of the Society : 

Prof. Harry F. Covington, Mrs. Walter D. Mansfield, 
Mrs. Burgess Lee Gordon, Miss Emma T. Strider. 

The Recording Secretary stated that the following deaths in 
the memberdiip of the Society had occurred mme the last 
meeting : 



Michael A. MuUin, June 9th, 

Dr. Christopher Johnston, June 25th, 

George H. Gist, July 14th, 

Henry C. Kirk, August 1st, 

Major Jos. G. Pangbom, August 15th, 

Olivera Andrews, August 17th, 

Wilson M. Cary, August 28th, 

Charles C. Homer, September 14th, 

Edgar H. Gans, September 20tL 



Miss Anna E. B. Clark, 
Mr. B. E. Deford, 



Mr. Allan McSherry, 
Mr. Clarence W. Perkins, 
Dr. Geo. Keuling, 
Mrs. Henry W. Rogers, 
Mr. Samuel Campbell Sellers, 
Mr. Frank W. Seth, 
Mr. John William Stork, 
Mr. Fred. R. Williams. 



Mr. Geo. Arnold Frick, 
Mr. A. S. Goldsborough, 
Mr. Chas. W. Hearst, 
Mrs. Mary S. C. Hatter, 
Mr. Charles H. Ejiapp, 
Mr. Benjamin Lacey, 



PBOOEMJINGS Ol- THE SOCIETY. 



375 



Mr. Coken thereupon then spoke of the heavy loss which the 
Sociely had sustained in loss by death in its membership during 
the past summer. He dwelt upon the very valuable services to 
the Society which Mr. Mullin, Dr. Johnston, Mr. Gary, Charles 
C. Homer and others who had recently died had rendered dur- 
ing so many years and touched upon his intense feeling of per- 
sonal bereavement. 

Mr. Cohen called attention to the change in the Constitution 
of the Society by which the status of life membership had been 
created, and suggested that Mr. Isaac F. Nicholson's gift of 
$1,000 of sometime ago be recognized by declaring Mr. ITich- 
olson a life member of the Society. 

On motion of Mr. Mendes Cohen, seconded by Mr. Richard 
H. Spencer, and unanimously passed, Mr. Isaac F. Nicholson, 
a member of this Society, was declared to be a Life Member 
of this Society, 

Dr. Bernard C. Steiner then presented the paper of the even- 
ing entitled " Fragments of My Life and Times," by ike late 
Hon. Henry Winter Davis. 

Meeting of November 9, 1914. — The regular monthly meet- 
ing of the Society for the month of November was called to 
order wilh President Warfield in the Chair. 

The Corresponding Secretary called attention to such of his 
correspondence during the preceding month as he thought de- 
served special attention. The resignations of Mr. John M. 
Carter and Mr. Wm. P. Harvey, as members of the Society, 
were read and accepted. 

A letter was read from Mr. Isaac F. Nicholson. Upon mo- 
tion of Mr. Richard H. Spencer, seconded by General Andrew 
C. Trippe, it was moved that the letter of Mr. Nicholson be 
spread upon the minutes in recognition of the fact that he is 
our first life member, and that he was so declared to be a life 
member in grateful appreciation of his donation of one thou- 
sand dollars ($1,000) to this Society in November, 1910, to 
form part of an endowment fund for the use of the Society. 
The motion was passed unanimoudy. The lett^ is as follows: 



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" Baltimore, JTovember 7, 1914. 
Mr. Richard Henry Spencer, 
Corresponding Secretary, 

Marjflcmd Hidmiad Soeidy. 

My dear Sir: 

" It is with much pleasure and gratification that I acknowl- 
edge the receipt of your enoloBure apprising me of the resolu- 
tions offered at the October meeting of the Maryland Historied 
Society declaring me a life member of the Society. 

" May I ask that you kindly convey to the Society the ex- 
pression of my esteem and appreciation of the compliment and 
of my glad acceptance of the honor. 

" Tours very truly, 

Isaac r. Nicholson." 

The following were elected active members of the Society : 

Messrs. Robert J. Beach am, Franklin P. Cator, Rev. Andrew 
Burns Chalmers, George A. Colston, Edmund S. Dickey, W. E. 
P. Duvall, Frank A. Furst, R<^r T. Gill, Matthew Gault, Jr., 
Edward M. Hammond, Wm. A. House, Francis N". Iglehart, 
Roberdeau A. McCormick, Jefferson D. Norris, Rinaldo W. B. 
Troupe, Philemon H. Tuck, Michael Ignatius Weller, Steven- 
son A. Williams, Caldwell Woodruff, M. D., Samuel Harrison 
Tilghman, Miss Mary Wilson Moore and Mrs. W. Bums 
Trundle. 

Mr. Wm. Marshall Bullock was elected an associate member 
of the Society. 

The paper of the evening was thm presented by John Wesley 
Brown on " Ross of Bladensburg." 

Mr. Francis B. Culver presented to the Society a photograph 
of General Ross and of his tomb at Halifax. 

Major Pegram asked for the unanimous consent of the Soci- 
ety to present an amendment to the By-laws. The resolution 
presenting the proposed amendment was as follows: 



NOTES. 



377 



"Resolved^ That Article XIV of the By-Laws be 
amended, so as to read : ' All papers or addresses before 
the Society, shall be read or delivered without time limit, 
prior to the taking up of the r^ular business of the 
Society on special occasions.' " 



NOTES. 



Recollections of a Maryland Confederate soldier and staff 
officer under Johnston, Jackson and Lee, by McHenry Howard. 
Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Co., 1914. Pp. 423. $2.00. 

Probably no class of the Civil War literature has greater 
value than that usually grouped as " personal narratives." This 
is especially true, when, as in the present instance, the writer 
happens to be a scholarly, cultivated gentleman, gifted with a 
prodigious memory. In his preface Colonel Howard says that 
many of the details of events here narrated were jotted down 
soon after their occurrence, without thought of publication, but 
during the last two years when re-writing and connecting the 
several accounts into a continuous narrative of the war, he has 
frequently consulted the Official War Eecords for the purpose 
of " checking up " his own memories and he says has unex- 
pectedly come across confirmation of his recollections in minute 
particulars. 

The book is well and entertainingly written and the only un- 
favorable comment that can fairly be made upon it is the 
lack of an index, the addition of which would have made it 
more available as a work of reference. 



Memorials of 8t. Margaret's Church, Westminster. The 
Parish Registers, 1539-1660. Edited by Arthur Meredyth 
Burk. London, Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1914. Pp. 846. 

According to tradition, St. Margaret's is coeval with West- 
minster Abbey, and owed its origin to the same royal saint and 
the two churches have stood side by side for more than eight 
centuries. In the Parish Kegisters wiU be found many famous 



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names, and still more of interest to the antiquarian and gene- 
alogist. 

This volume is illustrated with a number of haK-tone por- 
traits, is well printed and thoroughly indexed. Those of our 
readers who followed Colonel Howard's " Old English Letters " 
will recall that he frequently refers to the original records of 
old St. Margaret's. 



Life and Letters of Nathan Smith, m. b.^ m. d. By Emily 
A. Smith. "With an Introduction by William H. Welch, m. d., 
LL. D. Yale IJniversity Press, 1914. $2,25. 

In his Introduction to this worli, Dr. William H. Welch says, 
" The medical profession and all interested in the history of 
medicine in this country owe a large debt to Mrs. Alan P. 
Smith for the preparation of The Life and Letters of Nathan 
Smith, one of the most interesting and important figures in the 
history of American medicine. In addition to this wider gen- 
eral interest, the work should have a local appeal on account 
of tlio distinguished careers of the descendants of Dr. JSTathan 
Smith, as teachers and practitioners in the University of Mary- 
land. 

The volume is well printed and illustrated with portraits, 
fac-similes and views. 



Life of Beverdy Johnson, by Bernard 0. Steiner. Balti- 
more, The ISTorman Eemington Co., 1914. Pp. 284. $2.50. 

xi life of Keverdy Johnson is a welcome addition to local 
biographical literature, a department in which we are particu- 
larly weak, though there is no lack of suitable, distinguished 
subjects. The work in question is a careful and painstaking 
study of Mr. Johnson as lawyer and statesman, though we get 
but little suggestion of Mr. Johnson, the man, due probably 
to the fact that from his youth up he was continuously in public 
life as advocate, politician and statesman, and that he died in 
harness. The volume contains a portrait of Mr. Johnson and 
is supplied with an adequate index. 



The William and Mary Quarterly for October contains an 
article on the Hatton and Johnson families, by the late Dr. 
Christopher Johnston. 



IlifDEX TO YOL. IX. 



(Names of Authors, titles of Contributed Papers and Original Documents 
in small capitals ; book titles noticed or reviewed are in italics. ] 



Abbott, John, 294, 295. 

Abel, Annie Heloise, elected, 371. 

Abney, Mrs. John Butledge, 111. 

Abraham, Cornelius, 46, 2B0. 

Achilles, Peter, 180. 

Acres, William, 45. 

Adams, Benjamin, 361. 

Nathaniel, 260. 
Valentine, 266. 
"Addition," 78. 
"Adventure," 81. 
Ager, Thomas, 42. 
Alder, Bowles, 360. 
Aldridge, Ann, 303. 

Nicholas, 275, 353, 358. 
Alexander, Henry, 365. 
Allasbough, Adam, 272. 
AiXEN, Ethan, Notes on Maryland 

Parishes, 315. 
Allen, John, 361. 

Michael, 266. 
Thomas, 361. 
Allin, James, 263. 
Allison, Henry, 271. 

Maria K. (Taney), 108. 
Major Richard Taylor, 109. 
Robert, 370. 
AUix, Michael, 367. 
Altzel, Henry E. B., elected, 371. 
Amendments to Constitution, 187, 

202, 204, 373. 
Amendment to By-laws, 376. 
Anawood, James, 349. 
Anderson, John, 179, 261. 

Thomas, 278. 
William, 274, 277, 353, 
358. 

Anderton, John, 179, 180. 
Angier, John, 353. 
Awketill, Francis, 180. 

John, 180. 
Anthony, Joseph, 351. 
Apple, Peter, 356. 
Applegate, Thomas, 276. 
d'Arendt, Baron 210. 
Arlington, Henry Bennet, Earl of, 
307. 



Arnold, Alicia, 118. 

Anne (Knipe), 116, 118. 
John, 368. 

Martha, 134. • 
Michael, 116, 117, 118, 136, 
141. 

Michael, Jr., 118, 126. 
Nehemia, 126, 134, 135, 
136. 

Arnold arms, 135. 
Ascombe, John, 179. 
Ashbur, Joseph, 353. 
Ashby, Rudy, 264. 
Ashman, Constant (Wilmot), 82. 
Elizabeth, 82. 
John, 82. 
Aspership, Rodolph, 276. 
Assiter, William, 40. 
Athy, George, 269. 
Atkins, Christopher, 39. 
Atkinson, John, 367. 
Avey, Jacob, 359. 

John, 359. ! 
Joseph, 359. 
Awbry, Francis, 269. 
Ayler, Elechart, 366. 
Ayres, John, 39. 
Bachelors. Tax on, 288. 
Badams, John, 359. 
Bagbey, John, 46, 170, 178. 
Bagley, John B., 291. 
Bailey, William, 276, 362. 
Baily, John, Jr., 275. 
Bainbridge, Capt. Peter, 353. 
Baker, Ernest, 275. 

Henry, 262, 365. 

Isaac, 270, 367, 368. 

Jacob, 271. 

Peter, 265, 

Philip, 265. 

William, 264, 288, 336. 
Baldwin, Thomas, 281 S. 
Baltimore, Cecilius Calvert, 2d 

lord, 129, 219, 309. 
Baltimore, Charles Calvert, Sd 

lord, 115, 124, 129. 
Baltimore, Charles Calvert, 5th 

lord, 124, 136, 138, 139, 140, 146. 

379 



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MABTLAND HISTOBIOAIj MAGAZINE. 



Baltimore, George Calvert, 1st lord, 
129, 219. 

Baltimore, Lady Jane (Lowe), 115, 
124. 

Baltimore, Lady Mary (Jangsen), 

139. , 
Baly, Richard, 302, 

Bancroft, George, 258. 
Bank Riot, 1S35, 157. 
Banks, John, 359. 
Bannister, Nicholas, 40. 
Bard, John, 265. 

Nicholas, 265, 
Bare, Jacob, 266. 
Barger, Christopher, 296. 
George, 266. 
Philip, 266. 
Bariffe, John, 44. 
Barker, Andrew, 354. 
Barnes, William, 356. 
Barnet, Mathias, 279. 
Barrack, Christian, 274. 

Handle, 274. 

John, 274. 
Barrett, John, 75. 
Barriok, Peter, 272. 

William, 272. 
Barrickman, Peter, 358. 
Barritt, Jonathan, 369. 
Bartlett, Samuel, 352. 
Bartlett, William E., to Edward- 
Stabler, 157. 
Barton, Jacob, 272. 
Bartow, Nevett Steele, 110. 
Barwick, Daniel, 290. 

Edward, 351. 
Basley, Edward, 290, 
Batt, Walter, 260. 
Batten, William, 173, 
Battle, Ellen (Stansbury), 84, 

John, 84. 
Baxter, Edmund, 362, 

James, 369, 

John, 271, 
Bayard, Peter, 370. 

Richard H., 200. 
Beach, Elias, 39. 
Beacham, Robert J., 376. 
Bealif, William, 357. 
Beall, Benjamin, 289, 336 ff. 
George, 353. 
John, 270. 

Oapt. Joshua, 3S9, 361, 
Mordecai, 355. 
Ninian, 370. 
Ninian of Ninian, 367. 
Ninian of Wm., 361. 
Rezin, 360. 
J Richard, 361. 



Beall, Thomas, 352. 

William, 349, 361, 356. 
Bean, John, 358. 

John liowe, 361. 
Beens, Richard, 360. 
Beard, Paul, 350. 

Philip, 350. 
Beasley, Edward, 178. 
Beaver, Peter, 354. 
"Beaver Neck," 176. 
Beaton, Thomas, 271. 
Beatty, Charles, 266, 366, 368. 
George, 266. 
John, 272. 
Thomas, Jr., 272. 
William, 368. 
Beckcnbock, Gasper, 354, 
Bedford, Gunning, 211. 
John, 268. 
Joseph, 211. 
Belief, Christian, 356. 
Beimet, Anne, 308, 

Edward, 308, 
Elizabeth, 314, 
Elizabeth (Teasdale), 307. 
Henrietta Maria (N«ile), 

314. 
John, 307. 
Sir John, 307 f . 
Joseph, 357, 358, 
Matthew, 307. 
Nicholas, 308. 
Philip, 309. 
Richard, 307. 
Bmtar, Gov. Richard, by Dr. Mary 
N. Browne, 307. 
Gov. Richard, land trans- 
fer, 43. 
Richard, Jr., 308. 
Richard, 3d, 308, 313, 
Capt. Robert, 307. 
Susannah Maria, 314. 
Thomas, 307. 
B«inet Arras, 308. 
Bennett, Elizabeth,^ 260. 

Capt. John, 289, 337 ff. 
Benson, Ann, 182. 

Benjamin, 262. 
Dr. James, 182. 
Bentzlnger, Oapt. Matthias, 159. 
Bafceley, Lady Katherine (How- 
ard), 114. 
&OV. William, 308)?. 
Berry, Edward, 39. 

Elizabeth, 45. 
James, 45. 
Martha, 46. 
Roger, 45. 
William, 45. 



381 



Berwick, James Fitz James, iMhe 

of, 148. 
Biggs, Jerningham, 223. 
Bigge, Ambrose, 181. 
Bilderbedc, Ephraim, 278. 
Billingsfey, Major, 45. 
Bingeley, Peter, 348. 
Birchfield, Aquilla, 363. 
Birckhead, Christiana, 206. 
Birdge, Jacob, 357. 
Birge, William, 357. 
Birk, Thomas, 261. 
Black, James, 277, 278, 370. 

Valentine, 266. 

William, 272. 
Blackburn, Robert, 269. 
Bladen, Thomas, 139. 
Blair, Brice, 278. 

Prancis P., 258. 

Montgomery, to Gov. Brad- 
ford, 68. 

Bland, Anne (Bennet), 308, 314. 
Richard, 314. 
Theoderlc, 256, 308, 314. 
Theoderic, Jr., 314. 
Elul)auf;jh, Jacob, 349. 
Blunston, Samuel, 7, 8. 
Body, Elizabeth, 82. 
Penelope, 82. 
Stephen, 82. 
Boggs, John, 352. 
Bolton, John, 306. 
Bond, Christiana (Birckhead), 206. 
Elizabeth (Stansbury), 77. 
Ellen, 85. 
George, 264. 
Rev. John W., 206. 
Rebecca (Stansbury), 83, 

206. 
Samuel, 362. 
Thomas, 206. 
Thomas, E., 83, 206. 
William, 77. 
Bonfield, Cassandra (Stansbury), 
80. 

Booker, Bartholomew, 370. 

Boor, Jacob, 351. 

Booth, James, 274, 353, 356. 

John, 359. 
Bordley, Dr. James, Jr., 374. 

John, 366. 

Stephen, 47, 289, 336 ff. 

Thomas, 301. 
Bostian, George, 274. 
Boswell, William, 80. 
Boteler, Lieut. Henry, 353, 356, 359. 
BouoHEB, Jonathan, Leitebs of, 

54, 232, 327. 
Bowen, Honor, 77. 



Bowen, Josias, 84. 

Keziah, 85. 

Prudence (Stansbury), 84, 
Rebecca (Stansbury), 81. 
Sarah (Stansbury), 84. 
Bowens, Tobias, 362. 
Bowers, Michael, 359. 
Bowles, Andrew, 354. 
Bowman, Edward, 291, 
Jacob, 264. 
John, 348. 
Samuel, 271. 
Semon, 272. 
William, 39. 
Bowell, William, 356, 3S8. 
Boyd, Abraham, 361. 
Beyer, Joseph, 280. 
Braddock, Oenl. Edward, 29, 250, 
Braddock's Road, 24. 
Bradford, Elizabeth, 317. 

Rev. John, 316, 317. 
Bradley, Thomas, 72. 
Bradock, William, 362, 
Bragoner, Peter, 348. 
Brant, Joseph, 22. 
Brashears, Nasey, 361. 
Brathet, John, 265. 
Brenner, John, 355. 

John, Jr., 355. 
Brent, Capt. George, 124. 
Giles, 39, 173. 
Margaret, 39. 
Mary (Sewall), 124. 
Mra. Robert F., 209, 
Brerewood, Charlotte (Calvert), 
139, 140. 
Thomas, 140. 
Brewer, Joseph, 364. 

William, 364. 
Briant, Charles, 261. 

John, 364. 
Brice, John, 162 f ., 261, 339 f , 
Brightwell, Thomas, 360, 
Brimer, Elias 354. 
Brimstater, Mathias, 265, 
Briscoe, Isaac, 353. 

John, 352. 
Brooke, Francis, 176. 

Mary, (Wolscley) 113. 
Michael, 44, 171, 173, 179, 
Mrs. P. A. M., resigns, 372, 
Robert, 123, 296, 311, 
Roger, 113, 123. 
Brooksby, Cornelius, 47 ff. 
Broomsback, Jacob, 348. 
Broughton, Edward, 112. 

Helen, 112, 113. 
Brown, Benjamin, 269. 
David, 278. 



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Brown, Edward, 349. 

George, 349, 366. 
Godfrey, 266. 
Jacob, 349. 
James, 269. 

John, 269, 275, 276, 277, 
337. 

John Wesley, 376. 
Oapt. Peregrine, 352. 
William, 276, 345, 349, 358, 
364. 

Browne, Elizabeth, 143. 

Bbowne, Dr. Mary Nicholson, 

Governor Richard Bennet, 307. 
Browne, Richard, 40. 
Bruback, Body, 349. 
Bruce, Col. John, 217. 
Bruner, John, 367. 

Peter, 354. 
Brunt, Margaret, 46. 
Bryan, Charles, 336 f, 
Bryan, Philip, 270. 
Bryant, John, 38. 
Buchanan, Andrew, 241, 262. 

Dr. Peter, 288, 336. 
Robert, 9, 10, 243, 246. 
Thomas, 345. 
Bufkin, Levin, 33. 
Bullen, Hairy 179. 
Bullock, Wm. Marshall, 376. 
Bumgarmer, John, 265. 
Burdus, Richard, 48. 
Burge, Jacob, 353. 

William, 365. 
Burgess, Basil, 360, 370. 

Richard, 364. 
Burk, David, 272. 
Burle, Anna, 302, 304. 
John, 304. 
Stephen, 304. 
Burns, Adam, 271, 367. 
Burns, George, 350. 
Burnsten, Joseph, 266. 
Burr, William, 46. 
Burrill, Richard, 359. 
Burris, James, 271. 
Burten, Archibald, 361. 
John, 361. 
William, 351. 
Busby, Robert, 299. 
" Bushwood Lodge," 119. 
Bussey, George, 46, 172, 178. 
Busshup, John, 350. 
Butcher, Nicholas, 367. 
Butler, Edward, 263, 269. 

Gamaliel, 49 ff. 168 f . 
Henry, 361. 
Lieut, Henry, 355. 
Oapt. Peter, 266. 



Butler, Solomon, 362. 
Butten, John, 262. 
Butterbough, George, 280. 
By-laws amended, 376. 
Cagg, Nicholas, 265. 
Cahall, Edward, 352. 

James, 352. 
Calvert, see also, Baltimore. 

Anne (Wolseley), 113. 

Barbara, 135, 140. 

Benedict Leonard, 109, 13S, 
140, 144. 

Oov. Charles, 126. 

Charlotte, 140. 

Edward Henry, 135, 138, 
140. 

Jane, 140. 

Jane (Sewall), 123, 124. 

Leonard, land grant, 40. 

mentioned, 220. 

Margaret, 138, 140-146. 

Philip, 113, 122, 124, 128. 

Rebecca (Gcrrard), 126. 
Calvert Arms, 219. 
Camcr, Lodowick, 348. 
Camheart, Catherine, 367. 
Campbell, Alice, 108. 

Amy, 110. 

Anne A. (Taney), 106. 
James Mason, 108. 
John, 262. 
Caner, Rev. Richard, 318. 
Caney, Shadraoh, 356. 
Cannedy, Cornelius, 41, 42, 43, 44, 

172, 179. 
Cannoway, Edmond, 182, 
Carar, Samuel, 264. 
Card, Felty, 354. 
Carey, Thomas, 351. 
Carmack, Cornelius, 272. 

William, 272. 
Carnoll, Christopher, 38. 
Carpenter, Christopher, 278. 

John, 49 f., 162. 
Carr, John, 264. 

Nicholas, 180, 181. 
Carroll, Dr. Charles, 162 f. 

Charles, barrister, 230, 262, 

288, 336^. 
Charles, Jr., 262. 
Margaret (Tilghman), 230. 
CaJter, John M., resigns, 375. 
Richard, 228, 278. 
William, 261, 263. 
Carver, Oapt. Jacob Carver, 159. 
OsTVill, John, 366. 

Telden, 369. 
Gary, John, 266. 
Carye, Thomas, 180. 



HTDKXi 



383 



Case, Simon, 270. 
Casner, George 279. 

Jacob, 279. 

John, 279. 

Lieut. Martin, 279, 367. 
Casson, Gapt. Henry, 350, 367. 
Casteel, John, 357, 358. 

Peter, 358. 

Zachariah, 357, 358. 
Castle, Peter, 275. 
Castledine, John, 352. 
Cater, Franlclin P., 376. 
Caufman, Henry, 267. 
Cavendish, Anne, 115. 
Cavert, William, 39. 
" Cedar Point," 173. 
Celeron, 26. 
Censerfe, Walter, 292. 
Ceny, John, 357. 

Chalmers, Rev. Andrew B., 376. 
James, 260, 366. 
John, 261. 
Chalten, Arthur, 266. 

John, 266. 
Chance, Henry, 274. 
Chandler, Mary (Sewall), 124. 
Thomas, 352. 
Thomas. Jr., 353. 
Col. William, 124. 
Chaney, Ezekiel, 277, 368. 

Greenberry, 275, 357. 
John, 277, 278. 
Richard, 278, 364. 
Shadraeh, 357. 
Zachariah, 275. 
Chanywoolf, Joseph, 267. 
(ai«,pline, Capt. Joseph, 274, 276, 
277, 365, 368. 
Lieut. Moses, 274, 277. 
Cfapt. Moses, 356, 357, 

358, 366, 368. 
William, 278, 357. 
Chapman, Capt. Samuel, 364- 
Chapple, John, 366, 370. 
Charlotte, John, 288. 
Charlton, Ann Phebe Penn Dag- 
worthy, 118. 
Arthur, 281, 367. 
Cheron, John, 182. 
Chew, Bennett, 338 ff. 

Priscilla E., 325. 
Child, Abraham, 299. 

Gabriel, 361. 
Chilton, Abel, 351. 

Mathias, 351. 
Choroy, John, 176. 
Chrest, Michael, 356. 
Clabough, Cornelius, 272. 
Clw^rae, William, 300. 



Clark, Anna E. B., 374. 
Matthew, 359. 
Robert, 176, 177. 
William, 356. 
Clayland, Thomas, 368. 
"Clay's Hope," 182. 
Clearnten, Silvester, 270. 
Clem, George, 367. 
Clemens, Leonard, 355. 
Climour, Francis, 351. 
Cline, Jacob, 354, 357. 

Jacob, Jr., 275. 
Coale, Sarah, 81. 
Coats, Charles, 270. 
Coblin, Philip, 349. 
Codd, Anne (Bennet), 314. 
Codd, Col. St. Leger, 314. 
Cole, Charles, 288. 

George, 265. 
Colegate, Sarah, 85. 
Coleman, Jacob, 263. 
Colkleaser, John, 349. 
CoUett, James, 361. 
Collier, Charles, 270. 
Collins, Charity (Stansbury), 84, 
George C, 84. 
William, 352. 
Colston, George A., 376. 

Jasper (Stansbury), 78. 
Polly Stansbury, 78. • 
Buth Stansbury, 78. 
Combe, Adam, 267. 
Comberton, Garrett, 46. 
Oomegys Family m Amerioa, 89. 
Committee reports: 
Council,, 189. 
Lilirarv, 195. 
Publication, 196. 
Entertainment, 200, 
Treasurer, 194. 
Conden, Robert, 289. 
Connant, Robert, 364. 
Conner, Jonathan, 351. 
Conojacular War, 7. 
Ooneway, John, 362. 
Conrade, Samuel, 276. 
Coee, Job, 349. 
Cook, Francis, 267. 
Cookes, Michael, 349. 
Coon, George, 265. 
Coonce, Henry, 355. 
Philip, 267. 
William, 355. 
Cooper, Ben, 351. 

Thomas 365. 
Coplev, Thomas, land grant, 38. 
Coppi'dge, John, 228. 
Coraflow, George, 266. 
Comwallifi, Thoosas, 41, 42. . 



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Cost, Francis, 354. 
Cotesford, Eichard, 39. 
Cotterall, Andrew, 270. 

Andrew, Jr., 270, 
John, 271. 
William, 270. 
Couden, Hetty, 320. 

Bev. Joseph, 316, 319, 320. 

Robert, 262. 
Countes, Henry, 349. 
Course, William, 353. 
Cover, Daniel, 349. 
Covington, Harry F., 374. 
Cowley, Elizabeth (Stansbury), 84. 

Thomas, 84. 
Coxe, Henry, 44. 
Cragge, William, 350. 
Craig, John, 352. 
Grain, David, 261. 
Cramer, George, 274. 

Jacob, 274. 

Vandel, 354. 
Crampton, Thomas, 262. 
Cranor, Joshua, 351. 
Crap, Caspar, 349. 
Crawford, James, 361. 
Craycroft, Joseph, 358. 
Creagar, Conrad, 274. 

Valentine, 272. 
Creagh, Patrick, 261, 262, 282 Jf. 
Creamer, Henry, 276, 277, 358, 357. 
Creger, Elias, 354. 
Crepell, Peter, 272. 
Cresap, Ada Rawlings, 207. 

Daniel, 348. 

Michael, 2. 

Col. Thomas, 369, 370. 
Cbesap, Thomas, by Lawrence C. 

Wroth, 1. 
Croghan, George, 17, 23. 
Cromwell, Joseph, 83. 

Keziah (Gostwick), 83. 
William, 83. 
Crosby, William, 265. 
Crosh, Peter, 266. 
Cross, Tabitha (Stansbury), 78. 
Crosse, John, 272. 
Crouch, Susanna, 301. 
Crown, Conrad, 354. 
Crown Point, Expedition Against, 

249. 

Crum, Gilbert, Jr., 274. 
Culver, Francis B., 376. 
Cummins, Margaret, 262. 
Cumper, John, 266. 
Currie, JBev. Charles R., 316, 326. 
Curtis, Edmond, 310. 
Curts, George, 355. 
Dakein, Isaac, 343. 



Dammarell, John, 178, 179. 
Daniel, John, 272. 
" Daniel's Gift," 75, 76. 
Darby, Henry, 265. 
Darnall, Col. John, 314. 

Susannah. Maria (Benn«t), 
314. 

I^uihiell, Rev. George, 322. 

Daunt, ICnowles, 8, 9. 

Davidge, Mr. Robert, 165 f., 280 Jf. 

Davidson, James, 363. 

Davis, Caleb, 288. 

Daniel, 267, 269, 367. 

Ephraim, 270. 

Francis, 280^. 

George, 276, 349. 

Hanover, 357, 359. 

John, 289, 331 ff., 353. 

Josiah, 271. 

Owen, 370. 

Robert, 362. 

Thomas, 365. 

Thomas, deposition, 180. 

mentioned, 181. 

Zachariah, 270. 
Dairtten, Mabel, 229. 

Capt. Ralph, 229. 
Dawton, Thomas, 365. 
Dayley, Philip, 272. 
Deakins, Richard, 360. 
Deane, Richard, 277, 358. 

Thomas, 275. 

William, 274. 
Deaverbotigh, Christopher, 362, 
Deaves, Hanover, 357. 
Deford, Benjamin P., 374. 
DeLancey, James to William John- 
son, 249. 

Delashmut, Capt. Elias, 260, 262, 
268, 269. 
Elias, Jr., 263. 
Delator, Laurence, 353. 
Delford, John, 368. 
Denboe, Robert, 363. 
Dennis's Advice to Admiral Cock- 
burn (poem), 70. 
Denson, Isaac M., 255. 
Dent, George, 164. 
Dentlenger, Anthony, 349. 
Derrick, Mary, 39. 
Dew, Elizabeth (Stansbury), 86. 

Rose, 87. 
Dick, George Peter, 355. 

James, 261, 360, 364. 
Dickey, Edmund S., 376. 
DiELMAN, L. H., Christopher John- 
ston, 297. 
Digges, Charles, 262. 

Elizabeth (Sewall), 124: 



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Digges, Col. William, 124. 
Dinwiddie, Robert, 24. 
Dixon, Jane, 76. 

Morris, 364. 
Doekray, Matthew, 366. 
Domer, George, 355. 
Donaldson^ John, 358. 
Done, Anne, 116, 143, 151. 

Anne (Knipe), 116, 120, 143, 
144. 

Jenny, 116, 120. 
Thomas, 116, 120, 143, 144. 
Dorney, John, 267. 
Dorr, Peter, 274. 
Dorrington, William, 45. 
Dorsey, Ariana, 87. 

Edward, iQft., 163 f., 2M, 

302. 
Michael, 302. 

Richard, 47 ff., 281 f., 260. 
Ruth (Todd), 302. 
Sarah (Todd), 302. 
Thomas Beale, 281^. 
Dorson, Edward, 276, 278, 357. 
Hallam, 276, 278. 
James, 277. 
William, 278. 
Douglas, John, 173. 

Robert, 173. 
Douthit, John, 356. 
Dowden, John, 269. 

Michael A., 270. 
Nathaniel, 271. 
Raehel, 367. 
Dowlin, John, 72. 
Downey, William, 370. 
Downing, Timothy, 279. 

William, 279. 
Downs, Nathan, 351. 

Solomon, 351. 
D'Oyly, Charles, 134. 

Rev. Samuel, 137, 142. 
Sir William, 134. 
Drapier, John, 270. 
Duekery, Thomas, 368. 
Duckett, John, 285, 341. 
Dudlesse, John, 46. 
Duff, Simon, 47 ff. 
I>ufler, George, 355. 

Peter, 355. 
Duglas, William, 266. 
Duke, Hetty (Couden), 320. 

Rev. William, 316, 321, 323. 
Dulany, Daniel, Sr., 15, 52, 262. 
Elizabeth, 80. 
Henrietta Maria, 261. 
Walter, 166 ff., 262, 281 ff. 
Duneombe, Arnold, 130. 

Elizabeth, 137. 



DuBCombe, Elizabeth (Arnold), 126, 

134, 135, 139, 144, 
145, 150. 

Elizabeth (Lowiiisb), 

135, 137. 

John, 134, 135, 146. 

Martha, 146. 

William, 138. 
Dunklin, Mrs. William Watkin, 88. 
Durand, William, 45. 
Durbin, William, 349. 
Durham, Mordecai, 363. 
Durn, William, 368. 
Dutroc, Elizabeth Ann (Stansbury), 

85. 

George, 85. 
DuTall, Richard Johnson, elected, 
200. 

W. E. P., 376. 
Dwiggina, John, 351. 

John, Jr., 351. 
Joseph, 351. 
Earickson, Ann (Merrikin), 305. 

William, 305. 
Eaeon, John, 263. 
"East Anderton," 183. 
Easter, George, 263. 
Edelen, Christopher, 267, 366. 
Eden, Gov. Robert, 230, 233. 
Edleman, Adam, 280. 
Edmondson, Robert, 276. 
Edwards, Elizabeth (Stansbury), 
79. 
James, 79. 
Bgle, William, 362. 
Eglestone, Abraham, 363. 
Egleton, John, 273. 
Elder, Mary (Stansbury), 85. 
Ellleott, Evan T., 159, 160. 
Ellis, Samuel, 269. 
WilUam, 270. 
Zachariah, 271. 
Elson, Richard, 360. 
Elting, Rudolph, 271, 366. 
Eltonhead, Edward, 295. 

William, 40, 44, 45, 179, 
180, 181. 
Emerson, Oatherine, 83. 
Emmett, Abraham, 368. 
Englas, Peter, 267. 
Enochs, Abraham, 275, 277, 348. 
Enoch, 277. 
John, 273, 277, 279. 
Ensor, Ann, 81. 

Elizabeth, 79. 
John, 79. 
Erllewine, Adam, 264. 
Biting, Alice (Campbell), 108. 

Major Frank Marx, 107, 
108, m, 125. 



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Evans, Isaac, 363. 

James, 278. 

Jeremiah, 360. 

John, 365. 

WilUam, 41, 351. 

Lieut. William, 294, 285. 

Zachariah, 360. 
Evaxtt, Adam, 267. 
Everett, John, 352. 
Everly, Adam, 354. 

Leonard, 354. 
Michael, 354. 
Eversoal, Christian, 279. 
Everyone, Christian, 367. 
Evetts, Matthew, 355. 
Evitt, John, 261. 

Joseph, 261. 
Evitts, John, 305. 

Mary (P»ge), 305. 
Ewen, William, 172, 181. 
ExBCUTivi! Mansion in Annapoms, 
68. 

Expedition against Crown Point. 
249. 

Eairbrother, Francis, 3Z8ff. 
Fairfax, Bryan, 152. 
Fait, George Adam, 348. 
Fanchill, Andrew, 269. 
Fanning, Francis, 363. 
Fansey, Abraham, 269. 

Edward, 269. 
Farefare, William, 75. 
Faris, William, 341 f. 
Fatney, Henry, 263. 
Faulkner, Daniel, 352. 
Fee, Thomas, 354. 
Fenwick, Cuthbert, 44. 

Jane, 44. 
Fergason, John, 266. 
Ferguson, Amelia, 371. 
Fergusson, Colin, 316, 319. 
Ferrell, John, 263. 
Foterick, Henry, 350. 
Fetton, John, 42. 
Fewell, John, 365. 
Fidler, Thomas, 39. 
Fisher, Jacob, 358, 359. 

Peter, 348. 
Fitzgerald, James, 138. 
Fitzwalters, Garrett, 39. 
Flag of Maeyland, by Biehard H. 

Spencer, 218. 
Fleming, Robert, 363. 
Flenner, John, 280. 
Flick, Michael, 272. 
Flint, David, 365. 

Joseph, 278. 
Elintom, William, 265. 
riitA«ll, Ensign John, 288. 



Flour for Revolutionary Army, 241. 
Fluck, Jacob, 354. 
Fogeler, Anthony, 355. 
" Force," 81. 
Ford, Charles, 353. 

Eleanor, 302, 303. 
Isaac H., elected, 200. 
Robert, Jr., 352. 
William, 353. 
Foreman, Benjamin, 352. 
Forenor, Edward, 368. 
Forrester, Catherine Margaret, 318. 

Rev. Geo. William, 318. 
Forshe, John, 275. 
Forshew, Obadiah, 358. 
Forster, Nathaniel, 275. 

Thomas, 279. 
Foster, Elizabeth, 124. 
John, 363. 
Nathaniel, 368. 
Seth, 124. 
Founder, Frederick, 279. 
Fout, Henry, 356. 

Jacob, 355. 
Fouts, Balser, 356. 
Fowler, William, 361. 
Fox, George, 267. 
Gregory, 227. 
Henry, 227. 
Hester, 227, 
" Foxley Hall," 183. 
Foy, Miles, 12. 
Frazer, Dr. Alexander, 163. 
Frazier, Joshua, 288, 336 ff. 
Freeman, John D., elected, 203. 
French, Peter, 265. 
French and Indian War, 249. 
Fbench and Indian Wab Rosteb, 

260, 348. 
Frederick, Samuel, 271. 
Fereman, Aaron, 360. 

Ferguson, 380. 
James, 360. 
John, 351. 
French, Jacob, 264. 
"Fresh Pond Neck," 176, 181. 
Frick, Geo. Arnold, 374. 
Friend, Andrew, 358. , 
Gabriel, 276. 
Jacob, 348, 349. 
John, 359. 
Frontenac, Louis de Buade, oomte 

de, 22. 
Frush, Vandle, 273. 
Fry, Henrv, 266. 
Fudar, John, 269. 
Pulford, Humphrey, 39. 
Fuller, William, 174, 175, 312. 
Fulweder, Hairy, 356. 



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Funk, Henry, 355. 

Furley, Thomas, 299. 

Furst, Frank A., 376. 

Fyfe, James, 271. 

Gaither, Mrs. Elizabeth, 288. 

Rezin, 288, 336 f. 

Samuel, 261. 

William, 289, 337 ff. 
Gale, Raisin, 352. 
Galford, William, 270, 367. 
Galloy, Matthias, 78. 
Gambrill, Augustine, 165 f., 280 f., 
339 ff. 

Honor (Stansbury), 78, 
Gardiner, Elizabeth, 39. 

John, 39. 

Julian, 39. 

Luke, 39. 

Richard, 39. 
Gardinhover, Jacob, 267. 
Garnett, Thomas, 262. 
Garretson, Cornelius, 261, 262, 343. 
Garrett, John, 363. 
Garrison, Frederick, 370. 

Philip, 39. 
Gatsindaner, Gabriel, 355. 
Gatton, James, 270. 
Gault, Matthew, Jr., 376. 
George, John, 274, 357, 358. 
Joseph, 267. 
Joshua, 163 f ., 353. 
Gerrard, John, 126. 

Rebecca, 126. 

Thomas, 38, 39. 
Ghent, Thomas, 360. 
Gibbins, ,Tohn, 363. 

William, 175, 178. 
Gibbs, John, 360. 
Gibson, John, 140, 156. 
Giffard, Cassandra, 113. 
Gill, Roger T., 376. 

Wilber R., elected, 200. 
Gilliss, John, 289, 337 jf. 
Gilmor, Robert, 252. 
Gist, Christopher, 17, 18, 23, 24. 

John, 362. 
Gist's Trace, 25. 
Givins, Leonard, 29S. 
Glenn, John, 157-162. 
Godson, Peter, 44, 181, 182. 

Sarah, 181, 182. 
Gody, John, 365. 
Golder, John, 261. 
Goldsborough, A. S., 374. 

Rev. Robert Lloyd, 
316, 325. 
Goodridge, Timothy, 176, 181. 
Goodson, Thomas, 349. 
Gooe, Jacob, 359. 

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Gtordon, Mrs. Burgess Lee, 374. 

Rev. John, induction of, 
47. 

mentioned, i7 ff., 162 ff. 
Robert, 163 ff. 
Gore, Clement, 270. 
James, 270. 
James Marmen, 270. 
Lady Mary, 151. 
Thomas, 271. 
William, 151. 
Gorauch, Charles, 81. 

Elizabeth, 79. 
Hannah, 81. 
Jemima, 82. 
John M., 84. 
Robert, 75. 
Sarah, 79. 
Sarah (Coale), 81. 
Sarah (Stansbury), 84. 
Gose, George, 273. 
Gosling, Ezekiel, 269. 
Gosnel, Charles, 362. 
Gostwick, Aquilla, 76, 80. 

Elizabeth (Stansbury), 

76, 80. 
Keziah, 83. 
Gott, Anthony, 363. 
Gough, Frances, 86. 

Philipps, 86. 
Gouldtown, 88. 
Grable, Joseph, 348. 
Graham, John, 351. 
Grammar, John, 45. 
Gratehouse, Herman, 278. 
Graves, Elizabeth C. (Stansbury), 
85. 

George B., 85. 
John, 272. 
William, 263. 
Gray, Adam, 369. 

Francis, 39. 
Great Seal ot Maryland, 373. 
Green, Catherine (Stansbury), 84. 
James, 270. 
Jane, 291. 
John, 362. 

Jonas, 49 ff., 162 f., 261, 

339 
Joseph, 84. 
Richard, 288. 
Thomas, 291. 
Vail, 351. 
Greene, Jane. 173, 174, 175. 
Thomas, 173, 174. 
William, 174. 
Greenfield, Mica j ah, 363. 

Thos. Smith, 360. 
Walte- Smith, 360. 



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Greenwood, Caleb, 263. 

James, 352. 
Joseph, 353. 
Keziah (Wood), 85. 
Thomas, 85. 
Gregory, James, 364. 
Griest, Isaac, 241. 
Griffin, Samuel, 43. 
GrifBth, Benjamin. 245. 

Capt. Charles, 47 f., 165 

if; 337 ft. 
Charles, Jr., 168 jf., 280 f. 
John, 289, 337 f. 
Thomas W., 256. 
Grim, Andrew, 264. 
Grimes, Edward, 353. 

Martin, 272. 
Groddu, William, 269. 
Groome, Lieut. Samuel, 352. 
Grosh, Ensign Conrad, 266, 369. 
Grove, George, 362. 
Silvanus, 224. 
Valentine, 366. 
William, 363. 
Groves, Joseph, 270. 
Grundy, Nancy (Stansbury), 86. 
Gunion, James, 42. 
Gunton, Timothy, 171. 
Guttridge, James, 263. 
Guyton, Samuel, 362. 
Gwinn, John, 246. 
Habersham, Sarah Isabella (Steele), 
117. 

Hackadorn, Jacob, 355. 
Hadkett, Peter, 269. 

Rev. Walter, 316. 
Hagar, Capt. Jonathan, 279, 366, 
367. 

Hall, Benjamin, 360. 

Bethia (Stansbury), 77. 

Lieut. Henry, 364. 

James, 173. 

Capt. John, 77. 

John, 280 ff., 339 /-/. 

John of Kdw., 340 ff. 

Philip, 365. 

William, 266, 367. 
Hallowes, John, 38. 
Halts, Jacob, 272. 
Hambleton, Arabella (Stansbury), 
88. 

Thomas Edward, 88. 
Hamilton, Dr. Alexander, 49, 166 f., 

280 if. 

Angel. 318. 

Ann Sophia, 318. 

Catherine Lettice, 318. 

Catherine M. ( Forres- 
ter), 318. 



Hamilton, Charles, 318. 

Jane (Peck), 318. 
Rev. John, 316, 318. 
Lettice (Short), 318. 
Mary, 318. 
William, 318, 360. 
Hammond, Ann, 41, 177. 

Barnard, 41. 
Catherine (Emerson), 
83. 

Col. Charles, 223, 224. 
Major Charles, 289, 



Edward M., 376. 
Maj.-Qenl. John, 83. 
John, 41, 177, 260, 300. 
John of Thos. Jno., 169, 

260, 280 jf. 
Mary, 83, 
Mordecai, 41. 
Nathan, 305. 
Nathan, Jr., 242 ff. 
Philip, 262, 28S. 
Thomas, 83. 
William, 83. 
Hands, Beclingficld, 261. 
Handy, Rev. George D. S., 316, 322. 

John, 270. 
Haney, Peter, 348. 
Hanson, Edward, 362. 

Lieut. Robert, 365. 
Harbett, William, 46. 
Harbin, William, 360. 
Harbouok, Ledwick, 354. 
Hardcastle, Robert, Jr., 351. 
Hardman, Joseph, 267. 
Harlin, Isaac, 272. 

Jacob, 273. 
Harman, Michael, 366. 

Nicholas, 348. 
Harper, Robert Goodloe, 214, 217. 

William, 170, 290, 291. 
Harpur, Jane, 115. 

Sir John, 115. 
Harris, Benjamin, 270. 
John, 270. 

William Hugh, elected, 
203. 

Harrison, Alexander Bradford, 182. 

Eleanor (Spencer), 182. 
John, 279. 

Capt. Jos. Hanson, 365, 

368. 
Richard, 278. 
Robert, 357. 
Haeeisos", Samuel Alexandbb, by 

Oswald Tilgliman, 182. 
Harrison, Oenl. Wm. Henry, 254. 



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Harrod, John, 276. 
Hart, Thomas, 352. 
Hartly, George, 266. 
Hartsock, George, 274. 

Nicholas, 274. 
Harvey, Jane, 173, 291. 

Nicholas, 173, 174, 17«, 

291. 
Rirfiard, 38. 
William, 361. 
Wm. P., resigns, 376. 
Harwood, John, 274, 357. 

Richard, 364. 

William, 357. 
Hatter, Mrs. Mary S. C, 374. 
Hatton, Bartholomew, 349. 
Havener, Frederick, 355, 367. 

Michael, 355, 367. 
Hawkins, Ensign Thomas, 262. 

Lieut. Thomas, 2S8. 

William, Jr., 301. 
Hays, Jeremiah, 367. 
Heamans, Roger, .223. 
Hearst, Charles W., 374. 
Hehden, Katherine, 172, 173. 

Thomas, 172, 173. 
Hedge, Ensi<)n Cliarles, 354. 
Hedges, Moses, 356. 
Heizman, Henry, 362. 
Heldprund, Erasmus, 263. 
Hemsley, William, 228. 
Henderson, Thomas, 363. 

William, 365. 
Hendriek, John, 272. 
Henley, Darhy, 362. 
Henry, John, 363. 

Mrs. Robt. 6., elected, 200. 
Henshurv, Rohert, 46. 
Henthorn, Adam, 274, 276, 277, 358. 

James, 279. 

John, 366. 
Hephum, Thomas, 353. 
Hepelins, John, 345. 
Hersman, Andrew, 264. 

Matthias, 264. 
Heshon, Venel, 350. 
Heuisler, Charles W., elected, 203. 
Hickle, Luderick, 356. 
Hickman, David, 270. 

Henry, 269, 367. 

Lieut. Joshua, 269, 367. 

Joshua, Jr., 271. 

Solomon, 271. 

Stephen, 271. 

William, 367. 
Hicks, John, 333. 
Ruth, 78. 
Zebedee, 78. 
Hickson, Frederick, 276. 



Hide, Philip, 44. 
Hiet, Ezekiah,, 357. 
Hildebrand, Hieronimns, 272. 
Hill, Henrv, 263. 

John, 38, 263, 2«9. 

Robert, 263. 

Thomas, 352. 

WilUam, 271. 
Hille, Mrt, William Smith, eleetedk 
187. 

Hinkle, George, 274. 

Hintze, Dr. Frederick E. B., 158, 

Hiseler, Nicholas, 266, 

Hissell, Samuel, 279. 

Hite, John, 267. 

Robert G., 215. 
Hobhins, Thomas, Jr., 228. 
Hoflf, Jacob, 355, 
HoflFman, Henry, elected, 371. 
"Hog Neck," 180. 
Hogan, Mrs. Robert G., elected, 203, 
Hogsdon, Thomas, Jr., 350. 
Holland, William, 260. 
HoUandsworth, Jesse, 365, 370. 
Hollingsworth, Anne ( Done ) , 1 Ifi. 

Henry, 323. 

Isaac, 84. 

Ruth J. E. (Stan.i- 

bury), 84. 
Samuel, 253, 
Hollis, John, 39, 
Hollyday, Clement, 361, 
Holm, Michael, 280. 
Holmes, Elizabeth (Stanshury) 88. 

Victor, 88. 
Holt, Robert, 40. 
Holts, Benjamin, 355. 
Hood, Bennett, 364. 

Zachariah, 288, 336 ff. 
Eoofman, Adam, 276. 
Hook, Adam, 276. 

Brice, 276. 
Hooks, Frederick, 264. 
Hooper, Henry, 292. 

Sarah, 292. 
Hoopes, Thomas, 360. 
Hopkins, Thomas, 178. 
Hooser, Jacob, 359. 

John, 368, 369. 
House, William A., 376. 
Hoover, Adam, 272. 

Jacob (carpenter), 267, 

Jacob (tailor), 267. 

Peter, 272. 
Hopham, George, 362. 
Hopper, William, 367. 
Horden, Ann (Morice), 147, 152. 

Frances, 1 16. 

Rev. John, 147, 152. 



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Horime, Tobias, 354. 
Horkinson, Charles, 271. 
Horn, John, 358. 
Hotchkeys, Richard, 177, 178. 
Hough, Jacob, 367. 
House, George, 359. 

William, 267. 
Hover, Andrew, 265. 
Howard, Benjamin C, 257. 
Charles, 362. 

Cornelius, 270, 298, 299, 
300. 

Elizabeth, 300. 

Henry, 114. 

John, 363. 

John Eager, 85. 
HowAED McHenby, Some Old Eng- 
lish Letters, 107. 
Howard, Eeasin, 270. 

Robert, 255. 

Samuel, 49, 168 ff, 260, 

282 jy. 
Howell, Elizabeth, 46. 
Hubbard, Edward, 365. 
Huff, Abraham, 272. 
Laurence, 272. 
Michael, 350. 
Huffman, George, 267. 

Jacob, 267. 
Hull, David, 352. 
John, 281. 
Joseph, 353. 
Humphrey, Theodosia (Lawrence), 
144. 

Humphreys, Rev. John, 119, 144. 
Hunt, Elizabeth, 85, 

Jesse, 158. 
" Huntington," 74. 
Hurley, Zachariah, 276. 
Hutohings, Thos. Elliot, 367. 
Hutchins, James, 369. 
Hutsell, George, 355. 
Huxton, David, 48. 
Hyde, Jane (Calvert), 139, 140. 

John, 140, 145. 

Samuel, 223. 

Thomas, 262, 344. 
Hyland, Col. Nicholas, 369, 370. 
Hynson, John, 261. 

John, Jr., 261. 
Thomas, 176. 
Iglehart, Francis N., 376. 
Igoe, William, 362. 
Ijams, William, 364. 
Inch, Henry, 350. 

John, 262. 
Ingle, Richard, 293. 
Ingrim, John, 358. 
Ireland, Hance, 364. 



Isenpeck, George, 267. 
Israels, Edward, 363. 
Jacks, James, 361. 

John, 361. 
Jackson, Barnaby, 176, 181. 

Bennett, 365. 

Hugh, 279. 

Robert, 278. 
Jacob, John J., 2. 
Jacobs, Martin, 266. 
Jacques, Lancelot, 261, 262, 288, 

336 ff. 
Jakes, James, 351. 
James, Rev. John, 54 ff., 232 ff., 

327 ff. 
Janssen, Barbara, 139, 

Mary, 139. 
Jarboe, John, 41, 294, 295, 
Jefferys, Michael, 361. 
Jenkins, Ashman, 269. 

Ashmet, 263. 

Isaac, 365. 

Jenkins, Kate (Key), 111. 
Jenman, Abraham, 39. 
Jennings, Catherine, 262. 

Thomas. 47 ff., 162 ff., 
261, 340 ff. 
Jesserang, Michael, 267. 
Jett, Anne, 137. 

Anne (liowndes), 137. 
Thomas, 137. 
Johns, Aquilla, 243. 
Johnson, Batrix, 368. 

Cornelius, 44. 
Edward, 216, 353. 
Elizabeth, 87. 
George, 47 ff., 261, 282 ff., 
337 ff. 

James, 262, 288 ff., 336 ff. 
John, 263, 275, 353, 354, 
358. 

John, Jr., 2d9. 
Joseph, 276, 338, 356. 
Reverdy, 157-162, 257, 258, 
259. 

Reverdy to Gov. Bradford, 
68. 

Thomas, 274, 353, 358. 
Tbomas, Jr., 336 ff. 
William, 39, 362. 
Sir William, 22, 23. 
JoHTfSToN, Chbistopheb, Stansbury 

Family, 72. 
JoHNSTorr, Chmstother, Todd Fsan- 
ily, 298. 

Johnston, Chbistophhb, by L. H. 

Dielman, 297. 
Jolly, James, 171. 
Jonas, John, 266. 



Jones, Abraham, 85. 

Charity (Stansbury), 85. 

David, 269, 370. 

David, Jr., 279, 370. 

Henry, 364. 

Rev. Hugh, 317. 

Jacob, 341, 364. 

John, 362, 370. 

Joseph, 270. 

William, 292, 363. 
Judey, Winebart, 355. 
Judy, Jacob, 264. 
Julian, Stephen, 356. 
Jumpe, Nathan, 351. 

Peter, 351. 

Solomon, 351. 

Vaughan, 352. 
Keaton, John, 361. 
Keedee, Henry, 359. 
Keene, Edward, 46, 171. 

Henry, 46, 171. 

Eichard R., 172. 

Rev. Samuel, induction of, 
34.5. 

Kees, John, 350. 
Keler, George, 264. 
Keley, Daniel, 277. 
Kellar, Christopher, 348. 
Keller, Jacob, 272. 
Kelly, Daniel, 270, 358. 

Thomas, 370. 
Kemp, Frederick, 356. 

Gilbert, 356. 

John, 350. 

Lewis, 269. 

Peter, 355. 
Kennet, Joseph, 356, 358. 
Kephart, Andrew, 265. 
Kernhart, Henry, 356. 
Keslar, Barnard, 267. 
Ketchindaner, Balser, 355. 
Key, Ann Charlton, 118. 

Anne Arnold (Ross), 107, 118, 

134. 

Anne Phebe P. C. Dagworthy 

(Charlton), 118. 
Anne Phoebe Charlton, 118, 

123. 

Anne (Plater), 118. 
Catherine Charlton, 118. 
Edmond, 119. 
Elizabeth, 118. 
Francis, 107, 118, 119, 155. 
Francis Scott, 108, 118, 134. 
H. G. Sotheron, 119, 257. 
John, 359. 

John Ross, 108, 118. 
Mary Tayloe (Lloyd), 118. 
Philip, 119. 



Key, Philip Barton, 111, 118. ■ 

Key arms, 119. 

Keynam, Alexander, 365. 

Kickman, Conrad, 355. 

Kiley, Thomas, 277, 278. 

Kilty, William, 265. 

Kimball, Lieut. John, 272, 366, 368. 

Kimble, William, 266. 

Kimbold, Stephen, 362. 

King, Charles, 365. 

Joseph, 352. 

Thomas, 47 j?., 282. 
Kingsberry, Robert, 290. 
Kinkley, Frederick, 267. 
Kinsell, Adam, 267. 
Kipps, Abraham, 267. 
Kirkpatrick, John, 260. 
Kirlcwood, Richard, 288. 
Kirtchendaner, Jacob, 355. 
Kisner, Conrad, 276. 

George, 275. 
Kissinger, George, 265. 

John, 278. 
Kiteman, Christopher, 274. 
Knap, John, 172. 
Knapp, Charles H., elected, 374. 
Knave, Jacob, 370. 
Knipe, Anne, 116, 120. 

Anne (Wolseley), 116, 

Elizabeth, 116. 

Richard, 116, 120. 

Rev. Richard, 116, 128, 133, 
137, 142, 147, 149. 

Rev. Thomas, 116, 128, 137, 
147, 149. 
Labom, George, 261. 
Lacey, Benjamin, 374. 
Loman, Philip Jacob, 355. 
Lambert, John, 265. 
Land, Philip, 227. 
Lawd Notes, 1634-1655, 38, 170, 
290. 

Lane, John, 264. 

Thomas, 359. 
Langley, Robert, 174. 
Lany, Matthew, 354. 
Larkin, Thomas, 301. 
Lawrence, John, 274, 357. 

Theodosia, 144. 
Lowson, Alexander, 366. 

John, 177, 178. 
Lay, George, 367. 
Lazar, Matthias, 264. 
Lazear, Joseph, 353. 
Lazerus, Henry, 267, 368. 
Lazures, Sampson, 267. 
Leach, Philip, 363. 
Leadler, John, 289, 337 ff. 
Leamon, George of Jno. 350. 



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Leamon, John, Jr., 350. 
Leaaon, Joseph, 362. 
Leaaure, Joacph, 276. 
Leather, John, 355. 
I«aiiierbury, Jonathan, 388. 
Leoock, Thomas, 363. 
Lecompt, Anthony, 179, 362. 
Lederman, Christian, 353. 
Lee, Oenl. Fitzhugh, 315. 
Oenl. Henry, 315. 
Col. Joahua, 85. 
Genl. Robert E., 315. 
Susanna A. (Stanabury), 85. 
Thomas, 24. 
Gov. Thos. Sim, 241. 
Leekins, Abraham, 354. 
LeGrand, John C, 255. 
Lemaster, Isaac, 278. 
L^mon, Jacob, 246. 

Richard, 241. 
Lemon, Rachel (Stansbury), 82. 
Lendrum, Rev. Andrew, induction 
of, 166. 
resignation of, 167. 
Letsinger, Michael, 266. 
Lbttebs of Rev. Jonathan Bouch- 
er, 54, 232, 327. 
Lettinger, Philip, 264. 
"Level Ridge," 228. 
Leverton, John, 275, 349, 3S1. 
Levy, Sampson, 88. 

Sophia, 87, 88. 
Lewis, John, 350. 

Joseph, 363. 
Libar, Peter, 173. 
Liday, Adam, 354. 
Lindsey, James, 293, 294. 
Lir^infelter, Abraham, 267. 

Barnett, 273. 
John, 267. 
Link, Andrew, 265. 
Linatead, Elizabeth, 302. 
Liat of Members, 91. 
Liter, Melchoir, 354. 
Little, Hezekiah, 360. 
Livingaton, John, 161. 
Lloyd, Ann, 230. 

Edward, 173, 174, 175, 228, 

291, 312. 
Henrietta Maria (Neak), 
308. 

Margaret, 229, 230. 

Mary Tayloe, 118. 

Philemon, 229, 230. 

Ool. Richard, 368, 369. 

William, 127. 
Locker, Butler, 361. 

Joseph, 271. 
Logadoa, Edward, 860. 



Logsdon, John, 350. 

Thomas, Jr., 350. 
Long, David, 279, 288, 336 ]f., 370. 

Frederick, 348. 

James, 367. 

Jane, 85. 

John, 362. 

Mary, 46. 

Robert, 245. 
"Long Island," 78. 
" Long Meadows," 15. 
Longbottom, Judah, 267. 
Lorraine, Francis Stephen, duke of, 

139, 143. 
Loughman, Jacob, 9, 13, 
Loul, John, 176. 
TjOVb, Philip, 365. 
Low, John, 361. 
Lowe, Anne (Cavendish), 115. 

CharJes, 109, 121, 125, 127. 

Elizabeth (Foster), 124. 

Col. Henry, 314. 

Isabel, 115. 

Jane, 116. 

Jane (Harpur),. 115. 
Patrick, 115. 
Stead, 288. 

Susannah Maria (Bennet), 

308, 314. 
Vincent, 115, 124, 228. 
Lower, Harmon, 350. 
Lowndes, Anne (Shales), 137. 
Charles, 137. 

Christopher, 147, 360, 370. 
Elizabeth, 135, 147. 
l«wis, 135. 
William, 135, 137. 
Loy, George, 355. 
Loyd, John, 273. 
Lucas, Barton, 360. 

Richard, 278. 
Robinson, 274, 359. 
Samuel, 278. 
Luckett, Samuel, 270. 

Gapt. William, 269. 
William, Jr., 270. 
Lusby, Baldwin, 288. 

Jacob of Thos., 343. 
Robert, 166 ff., 288. 
Thomas, 163 
Lustich, Richard, 39. 
Luts, Jacob, 274. 

Jonas, 273. 
Lux, William, 362, 363, 369. 
Luxenberger, Joseph, 267. 
Ijynch, Jemima (Stansbury), 76. 
Jethro, 862. 
Roebuck, 76. 
Ruth (Stas«bury), 84. 



its 



Lynch, William, 84. 
Lynn, William, 276. 
Lyon, Martin, 358. 
Lyttle, William^ 363. 
McComas, Fred W., 374. 

Sarah, 87. 
MacOoy, Archibald, 264. 
Maccoy, Daniel, 264. 
MoClellan, John, 241. 
McConkey, Aimec Morsell, 372. 
McCormick, Roberdcau A., 376. 
Maccrory, Daniel, 267. 
McCubbin, James, 262, 283^., 336 
If. 

Nicholas, 5-2 if., 162 
262. 

Richard, 165 ff., 202, 
280 ff., 336 if. 
McCullock, William, 365. 

McDermott, iSarah, 369. 
McDonald, John, 364. 
McEIderry, Hugh, 158, 159. 
McEver, Andrew, 348. 
McFaden, John, 279, 368. 

William, 275, 278. 
McGuire, John, 352. 
Mclntire, John, 358. 
Mackall, James, 270. 
McKay, Benjamin, 365. 
McKim, Isaac, 254. 
Mackland, Mathew, 263. 
Mackleiish, Richard, 358. 
Macklin, Robert, 228. 
Mackubin, Moses, 280 f., 337 f. 
McLane, Louis, 253. 
McMordie, James, 343. 
McMurray, James, 350. 
McNeal, John, 363. 
McNees, George, 351. 
Macnemara, Michael, 49, 262. 
MacPherson. Rev. John, 2S7 fl. 
McSherry, Allan, 374. 
Mahone, Anthony, 274, 357, 369. 

William, 363. 
"Maiden's Choice," 73. 
Mair, EUas, 354. 

Malcolm, Rev. Alexander, inducti<»i 
of, 167. 

mentioned, 280 if. 
Malone, John, 350. 

Loughlin, 12. 
Mance, Casper, 267. 

Peter, 267. 
Manlove, Christopher, 352. 
Manners, George, 40. 
Mansfield, Mrs. Walter Damon, 88, 
374. 

Manship, Richard, 178. 
Marriott, Augustine, 169, 287. 



Marriott, Emanuel, 288, 33« f. 

Joseph, 288. 

Sylvanus, 169. 
Marsh, Thomas, 312. 
Marshall, John, 274, 277, 358. 

Katherine, 173. 

WilUam, 46, 1/3, 2S2. 
Martin, Abdcloe, 46. 

Benjamin, 272. 
James, 275. 
Martindalc, Thomas, 351. 
:Martz, Theobald, 267. 
Maryland Flag, 218. 
Maryland-Pennsylvania boundaoT-, 
4-7. 

Mason, Elijah, 275. 
George, 24. 
Henry, 368. 
Masters, Robert, 271. 
Mastin, Robert, 365. 
Mathew, Tobias, 182. 
Mathews, George, 246. 

James, .364. 
Samuel, 273. 
Lieut. Thomas, 360. 
Mathias, Stephen, 350. 
Matthews, John, 272. 
Maxel, Andrew, 273. 
Mayer, Samuel, 367. 
Mayhew, Joseph, 354. 
Maynadier, Elizabeth (Key), 107, 
108, 118. 
Henry, 107, 108, 110, 
118. 

Mayrobo, Alexander, 179. 

Mays, Thomas, 364. 

Medah, John, 369. 

Medford, McCall, 352. 

Megaw, Robert, 363. 

Meir, Casper, 367. 

Melegin, Patrick, 42. 

Melott, Peter, 279. 

Membership List, 91. 

Mercer, John, 24, 166 jf., 280 ff., 339 

if., 364. 
Merch, Pastian, 266. 
Meredith, John, 368. 
Merekin, Joshua, 304. 

Margaret (Todd), 304. 
Merrick, Griffith, 271. 
Merrickin, Ann, 305. 

John, 305. 
Joseph, 305. 
Metcalle, John, 176. 
Meux, Elizabeth (Browne), 143. 

Sir William, 143. 
Michael, Belcher, 364. 

Daniel, 273. 
Middaugh, Capt. John, 272, 364. 



394 



•m:abyi.JlHd sws^moi^ xaqazink. 



Middaugh, John, Jr., 272. 
Middleton, Luke, 352. 

Samuel, 261. 
Miles, Thomas, 83. 
Miller, Conrad, 280. 

Francis, 265, 269. 
Frederick, 368. 
Jacob, 265, 280. 
Jacob, Jr., 348. 
Jacob of Conrad, 349. 
John, 348. 
John, Jr., 280. 
Joseph, 363. 
Michael, 205. 
Peter, 355. 
Philip Jacob, 348. 
Zachariah, 348. 
Mills, Andrew, 262. 

Lew, 357, 359. 
Robert, 254. 
Milward, Isabel (Zouche), 115. 

Robert, 115. 
Minetree, Jacob, 365. 
Minshaw, Jacob Mathias, 12. 
Minksey, Nicholas, 260. 
Minter, John, 300. 
Minutes of the Society: 
Annual meeting, 188. 
February mrcting, 187. 
March meeting, 200. 
May meeting, 371. 
October meeting, 373. 
November meeting, 375. 
Mire, Casper, 355. 
Missell, Frederick, 267. 
Mitchell, Edward, 369, 370. 
John, 353. 

Mabel (Dawson), 229. 
Rev. R. H. B., 325. 
William, 176, 179, 226, 
227, 292, 293. 
Moale, John, 241, 364. 
Molatt, Benjamin, 349. 
Molton, William, 270. 
Mong, Adam, 266. 

George, 264. 
Monlott, Catherine, 366. 
Montour, Andrew, 17, 22, 27. 
Catherine, 22. 
Henry, 22. 
John, 22. 
Moore, Aaron, 278. 
Daniel, 358. 
David, 246. 
Ezekiel, 278. 
George, 359. 
George, Jr., 278. 
Mary Wilson, 376. 
Moore, John, 3d., 278. 



Moore, Simion, 278. 

Zebulon, 275. 
Morgan, Bennett, 351. 
Morris, William, 365. 
Morsell, James, 371. 
Morth, John, 46. , 
"Mount Pleasant," 228. 
Mounts, Providence, 278. 
Mower, Michael, 364. 
Mudd, George, 365. 
MuUikln, Basil, 361. 

Thomas, Jr., 361. 
MuUett, Rev. William, 113, 123, 
130. 

Winifrid (Wolseley), 113, 
123. 

Munford, William, 359. 
Munroe, Daniel, 365. 
Murphy, Capt. James, 226, 227, 228. 
Murray, Nathaniel, 363. 
Musgrove, Benjamin, Jr. 360. 
Myer, Simon, 348. 
Myers, Henry, 362. 
Jesse," 360. 

Bev. John, induction of, 284. 
Valentine, 366. 
National Pike, 24. 
Neal, Rev. J. St. Clair, elected, 187. 
Neale, Edward, 367. 
James, 172. 
Capt. James, 314. 
Neatch, James, 271. 
Neck, Cornelius, 171. 
Necrology: 

Olivera Andrews, 374. 

Mrs. Robert C. Barry, 372. 

Wilson M. Carv, 374. 

Edgar H. Gans, 374. 

George H. Gist, 374. 

Charles C. Homer, 374. 

Dr. Christopher Johnston, 374. 

Henrv C. Kirk, 374. 

Michael A. Mullin, 374. 

Joseph G. Pangborn, 374. 
Neft, Jacob, 368. 
Neighbours, Nathan, 270. 
Neilson, Aquilla, 362. 
Neirn, John, 363. 
Nelson, Arthur, 262. 

John, 253. 
Nemacolin, 17, 20, 25. 
Nemacolin's Path, 24. 
Nesbit, Charles. 270. 
Neurn, Benjamin, 349. 
Nevett, Richard, 180. 
Newcomer, John, 349. 
Newman, George, 341, 343. 
Nicholas, John, 356. 

MathiaB, 277, 357. 



896 



Nicholls, Amos, 275, 277. 
James, 279. 
John, 277, 359. 
Mathias, 276, 277, 348. 
Nidholson, Beale, 289, 337 f . 

Isaac P., 375, 376. 
John, 263. 
Noble, Mark, 353. 
Norris, Jefferson D., 376. 
John, 278. 
Nathaniel, 349. 
Capt. Thomas, 349. 
William, 275, 278. 
North Elk Parish, 315. 
Northampton, George, earl of, 151. 
Norton, John, 45. 
Norwood, Richard, 263, 269. 

Samuel, 301. 
Notes and reviews, 88, 206, 377. 
Notes ont Maryland Parishes, by 

Rev. Ethan Allen, 315. 
Null, Michael, 350. 

Oate, Mathias, 364. 

Ogleby, John, 360. 

Ohio Company, 23, 24. 

Old Governor's Mansion, 68. 

Old silver service of American 

Churches, 89. 
Oldton, Capt. John, 74. 
Onion, Stephen, 3. 
Oram, John, 363. 
Orchard, Bostain, 267. 
Orme, Jamee, 361. 

Nathan, 361. 
Onnsby, John, 338 ff. 
Osburn, Thomas, 271. 

William. 271. 
Ott, Mathias, 279. 
Owings, Nathaniel, 363. 

Pack, Jacob, 275, 277. 

Joseph, 277. 

Thomas, 269. 
Padgett, John, 263. 

Josiah, 263. 
Page, Daniel, 361. 

Elizabeth, 304, 305. 

George, 305. 
Pain, Thomas, 359. 
Pairpoint, John, 357, 358. 
Paisfleld, Richard, 274. 
Pakes, Walter, 41. 
Pall of Gold Cloth, 51. 
Papers read before the Society, 200. 
Park, Edward, 364. 
Parker, George, 348. 
Parson, Nicholas, 352. 
Partridge, Catherine (Stanebury), 
84, 



Fasten, John, 123. 
Patterson, Samuel, 265. 
Paugh, Balser, 268. 
Peace, Nicholas, 275. 
Peacock, John, 363, 366. 
Peake, Walter, 44, 177, 178. 
Pe»rce, Ann, 261. 

Charles, 80. 

Drusilla (Stansbury), 80. 
Nicholas, 277. 
Pearman, James, 341 ff. 
Pearson, H. H., Jr., 231. 
Pcaton, Edward, 261. 
Peeabough, Leonard, 354. 
Peck, Benjamin, 318. 
Jacob, 359. 
Jane, 318. 
Pecker, George, 305. 

Thomas, 262. 
Pedmore, Joseph, 264. 
Pedro, John, 180. 
Pelser, Christian, 272. 
Pendleton, Alice (Key), Ill- 
George H., 111. 
Mary Lloyd, 111. 
Pepperdine, James, 351. 
Perfett, William, 39. 
Perkins, Clarence W., 374. 

Thomas, 368. 
Pwren, Ensign Edward, 276. 

John, Jr., 275, 276, 277. 
Perrie, James, 366. 
Perrin, Ensign John, 274. 
Perry, James, 366. 

John, 361. 
Perssing, Frederick, 266. 
Petticoat, Nathan, 262. 
Pettybone, John, 302. 

Joseph, 302. 
Phelps, Sarah, 298, 300. 

Thomas, 300. 
Philips, Bartholomew, 40. 

Nicholas, 359. 

Eeuben, 273. 

Samuel, 363. 
Philkes, Edward, 300. 
" Philk's Rest," 300, 303. 
Phillipv, Francis, 279. 
Philpott, Bryan, 366. 
Phipps, Elizabeth (Stansbury), 81. 
Pickapah, Peter, 269. 
Pierce, Nicholas, 364. 
Pierpont, Sarah, 304. 
Piles, Francis, Jr.. 360. 

Francis of Leonard, 361. 
Pinner, Richard, 39. ^ 
Plater, Anne, 118. 
"Pleasant Garden, 3, 7. 
Plumbs, Samuel, 349. 
Pocock, Abel, 363. 



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Poo, George, 265. 
Poore, Abraham, 267. 
Pope, Henry, 171, 290. 
"Poplar Neck," 74, 79, 80. 
Porter, James, 368. 

Peter, 163 ff. 
Posey, Uzza, 269. 
Pott, John, 45. 
Poultney, Evan, 159. 
Poume, Jacob, 350. 
Powel, John, 357. 

John, Jr., 278. 
Peter, 355. 
Powell, John, 276, 359, 360. 

Thomas, 368. 
Praig, Peter, 267, 367. 
Prapps, Jacob, 273. 
Prather, Charles, 277. 

James, 278. 
Lieut. Richard, 277. 
Col. Thomas, 366. 
Preal, Frederick, 273. 
Pre8«tman, Charity (Stansbury), 82. 

George, 82. 
Preston, Richard, 42, 43, 45, 174, 
291. 

Price, James, 39. 

Joseph, 266. 
Ensign Nicholas, 351. 
Eees, 275. 
Thomas, 260. 
Lieut. Vincent, 350. 
Priest, David, 12. 
Pringle, Jacob, 273. 
Pritchard, William, 171. 
Proceedings of the Society: 
Annual meeting, 188. 
February meeting, 187. 
March meeting, 200. 
May meeting, 371. 
October meeting, 373. 
November meeting, 375. 
"Prospect," 81. 

Pbovincial Flag of Maryland, by 
Richard H. Spencer, 218. 

PbOVISIOXINO the CONTIirEIfTAL 

Aemt, 241. 
Pumphrey, Roche, 85. 
Purchase of Execxjttve Mansioh 

FOB U. S. Naval Academt, 68. 
Purgate, Christopher, 265. 
Purnall, John, 351. 
Pye, Anne (Sewall), 124. 

Col. Edward, 124. 
"Quastoe," 171. 
Queer, Henry, 268. 
Quinn, Allen, 261, 288, 336 f . 

John, 263, 269. 
Radford, John, 367. 

Thomas, 263. 



Raimen, Michael, 352. 
Rait, Ann, 260. 

John, 337 ff. 
Randolph, John of Roanoke, 314. 
R«a8b«'geT, Adam, 355. 

George, 356. 
Oapt. Stephen, 354, 
366, 367. 
Rape, Michael, 265. 
Rasin, Ensign Joseph, 352. 

William, 261. 
Raven, Anne (Rigbie), 84. 
Isaac, 80. 

Letitia (Ward), 80. 
■Luke, 75, 77, 84. 
Mary, 80. 
Sarah, 84. 
Rawlins, Anthony, 40. 
Ray, John, 360. 

Joseph, 262, 268. 
Thomas, 262. 
Rayner, Lieut. Michael, 354. 

William B., elected, 203. 
Read, George, 275. 
John, 364. 
Thomas, 45. 
Reading, William, 353. 
Reator, John, 275. 
Reckett, Edward, 277. 
Redolphus, Thomas, 46. 
Reed, George, 277. 

James, 273, 369. 
Tilton, 353. 
Rees, Rev. William, 323, 324. 
Rendi, Andrew, 348. 

John, 265, 368, 370. 
Peter, 368. 
Reresby, John, 341 Jf. 
Resurrection Manor, 42. 
Reter, Conrad, 348. 
Jacob, 265. 
John, 279. 
Reuling, Dr. George, 374. 
Revolutionarv War, 241. 
Reynolds, Francis, 275, 278. 
James, 273. 
Rev. John, 316, 323. 
Thomas, Jr., 273. 
William, 51 ff., 162 f., 
260, 281. 
Rhoar, Rudolph, 268. 
Rhoaorer, Christian, 349. 
Rhodes, Cullip, 367. 

Ezekiel, 279. 
Rhoe, William, 363. 
Rice, John, 363. 
"Rich Neck," 179. 
"Rich Neck," 1^ Joseph B. Seth, 
226. 



397 



Eichards, Daniel, 272. 

Joseph, 272. 
Robert, 360. 
Stephen, 272. 
KichardBon, Richard, 367. 

Thomas, 338 ff. 
Kicketts, Chany, 278, 357. 

Edward, 275, 357, 358. 
John, 352. 
Eidenar, Mathias, 280. 

Nicholas, 349. 
Peter, 279. 
Eider, John, 354. 
Eidge, Benjamin, 273. 
Ridgely, John, 369. 

Martin E., elected, 371. 
Euxton M., 241. 
William, 353. 
Eidout, John, 289, 337 ff. 
Eigbie, Anne, 84. 
E^gs, Edmund, 271. 
James, 343. 
James, Jr., 271. 
John, 271. 
Eiley, Ensign James, 360. 
Eind, William, 338 f. 
Einehart, John, 264. 
Einggold, Thomas, 261, 262, 368, 
369. 
William, 261. 
Eipeligh, John, 268. 
Else, Jacob, 264. 
Eisner, Michael, 12. 
Eisteau, John Talbot, 78. 
Eittnor, George, 275. 
Eoad, Adam, 273. 

George, 356. 
Eoads, Nicholas, 365. 
Eoat, Paul, 265. 
Eoberts, Benjamin, 369. 

John, 275, 354, 359. 
Samuel, 223. 

William, i7 ff., 260, 337, 
366. 

Eobey, Hynes, 365. 
Eobinett, Enoch, 358. 

George, 277, 358. 

Nathan, 359. 
Eobinson, John, 39. 

Sophia (Stansbury), 78. 
Eockhold, Charles, 301. 

Elizabeth, 299, 301. 

Jacob, 301. 

John, 301. 

Marv, 301. 

Sebrah, 301. 

Thomas, 301. 
Eoddey, Michael, 349. 
Eode, ■GutllBS, 280. 



Eoe, Anthony, 351. 

James, 368. 

Thomas, 352. 

William, 351. 
Eogers, Francis, 38. 

Mrs. Henry W, 374. 
Eorar, Frederick, 264, 366. 

John, 265, 366. 
Eosnan, John, 361. 
EosB, Alicia (Arnold), 51, 108, 109, 
117, 118, 126, 133, 134, 135, 
138, 141, 149, 153. 

Anne Arnold, 118, 155. 

Dr. David, 35. 

EUzabeth, 118, 135, 143. 

Rev. George, 316. 

Henry, 110, 273, 

Jan«, 110. 

John, 12, 51j!f., lOSff., 165 f., 
260. 

Susanna, 317, 318. 
Eoss arms, 117. 
Eough, John, 280. 

Michael, 348. 
Eowles, William, 363. 
Eowney, Thomas, 39. 
Eoxell, David, 274. 
Bozer, Anne (Sewall), 124. 

Benjamin, 124, 128. 

Elizabeth (WetenhaU), 128. 

Notley, 128. 
Eudolph, Tobias, 365, 370. 
Euft, Michael, 370. 
Eule, Clement, 268. 
Eumney, Edward, 47 ff. 
Eumsey, William, 369. 
Hunkell, James, 350. 
Eussom, Edward, 352. 
Eutter, John, 279, 367. 
St. Andrew's Cross, 221. 
St. Ann's Parish, Annapolis, Ves- 
TBT Peocbedinqs, 47, 162, 280, 
336. 

St. Clair, Sir John, 31. 

St. Clear, Eobert, 360. 

St. Gabriel's Manor, 41. 

St. George's Cross, 220. 

St. Mary Anne Parish, 315. 

St. Michael's Manor, 41. 

" St. Thomas Point," 174, 175, 291. 

Samuel, Conrad, Jr., 277. 

Sater, Hannah. (Stansbury), 82. 

Henry, 82. 
Sauaders, William, 362. 
Scarborough, Charles, 314. 

Elizabeth (Branet), 
314. 

Scarce, Philip, 361. 
Scatterday, George, 



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Schaff, Casper, 266, 367. 
Schelman, John, 366, 367. 
Schley, Lieut. Thomas, 266. 
Scott, Andrew, 42. 
Baptist, 349. 

Elizabeth (Ross), 108, 110, 

118, 134, 143. 
Mary Ann, 161. 
Dr. Upton, 108, 109, 118, 

135, 143, 289, 342 f. 
Major Wm. F., 257. 
Genl. Winfield, 215. 
Scottcher, John, 180, 181. 
Scrivener, Joseph, 368. 
Scruggs Oenealam, 88. 
Seal of Maryland, 373. 
Seamer, George, 268. 

Thomas, 46. 
Seare, William, 270. 
Seller, Jacob, 348. 
John, 349. 
John, Jr., 349. 
Sellers, Sam'l. Campbell, 374. 
Senclare, John, 290. 
Sennett, Jacob, 365. 
Sergeant, Samuel, 362. 
Sesselcs, Zachariah, 361. 
Seth, Frank W., 374. 
Sbth, Joseph B., " The Rich Neck," 
226. 

Sewall, Anne, 124. 

Elizabeth, 124. 

Henry, 72, 115, 124. 

Jane, 123, 124. 

Jane (Lowe), 115, 124, 

John, 261, 262. 

Joseph, 280 ff., 338 ff. 

Joshua, 366. 

Mary, 124. 

Sarah, 344. 
Shakalett, Benjamin, 365. 
Shales, Anne, 137. 

Charles, 137. 
Shanefelt, William, 264. 
Shaneyfleld, Frederick, 349. 
Shapeard, John, 278. 
Sharp, Mathew, 269, 357. 

Paul, 268. 
Sharpe, Horatio, 28, 289, 369, 370. 
Shaver, Honecal, 279. 

Peter, 355. 

Tevolt, 265. 
Shaw, Angus, 361. 

Benjamin, 363. 
Daniel, 363. 
Warmouth, 364. 
Shawkin, Daniel, 354. 
Shelby, Evan, 274, 276, 356, 357. 

Evan, Jr., 277. 



Shell, Charles, 268. 
Shelman, John, 367. 
Shelton, William, 270. 
Shenyfelt, John, 348. 
Shepherd, Peter, 350. 
Sheppey, Richard, 172. 
Sherman, Joshua, 241. 
Sherwood, Hugh, 228. 
Shessler, Adam, 268. 
Shewmaker, Simon, 274. 
Sheingle, Lawrence, 350. 
Shirk, Mrs. Ida M., elected, 371. 
Shirley, John, 357. 
Shoab, George, 356. 

Martin, 355. 
Shoaf, George, 365. 
Shoap, Bostian, 348. 

Bostian, Jr., 348. 
Short, Charles, 318. 

David, 273. 

Lcttice, 318. 
Shover, Henry, 268. 

Simon, 273. 
Shrioner, Mathias, 268. 

Valentine, 268, 367. 
Shuck, Laurence, 349. 
Shuler, Mathias, 266. 
Shuriey, John, 358. 

William, 354, 358. 
Sickler, Henry, 273. 
Silor, Jacob, 263. 
Sim, Henry, 355. 

Jacob, 366, 
Simmons, Henry, 261. 

Jonathan, Jr., 361. 
Simms, Joseph Milboum, 366. 

Mary, 370. 
Simpson, Samuel, 275. 

William, 261. 
Simson, John, 354. 
Skelton, Elizabeth, 85. 
Skiles, William, 276. 
Skill, William, 276. 
Skillinton, Thomas, 46. 
Skills, Ephraim, 349. 
Skinn, George, 268. 

Peter, 266. 
Skinner, Henry, 360. 

John S., 256. 
Skirven, Percy C, elected, 371. 
Slade, Elizabeth (Dulany), 86. 

Elizabeth (Stansbury), 82. 

William, 82, 86. 
Sligh, Thomas, 369. 
Slim, Simon, 268. 
Slorp, Peter, 350. 
Small, Adam, 350. 

Rev. James, 323. 
Smeagler, Jacob, 280. 



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Smith, Adam, 273. 

Andrew, 273. 
Anthony, 364. 
Christian, 274. 
Daniel, 269. 
Henry, 268, 367. 
Jacob, 354, 355. 
James, 261. 

John, 42, 43, 261, 275, 355. 

358, 359, 362. 
Joseph, 262, 276. 
Katherine, 303. 
Mathias, 273. 
Matthew, 178, 228, 366. 
Michael, 351. 
Rev. P. F., 322. 
Philip, 272. 
Richard, 44, 174, 175. 
Robert, 246. 
Samuel, 10, 40. 
Qenl. Samuel, 180, 173, 212, 

245, 246. 
Thomas, 275, 358. 
Walter, 360. 

William, 242 f., 273, 364. 

Zephaniah, 43. 
Smithson, Daniel, 279. 
Smoote, John, 203, 269. 
Suavely, Leonard, 270. 
Snevely, Lieut. Henry 264, 368. 
Snider, Christian, 280. 

Conrad, 268. 

Frederick, 265. 

George, 268. 

Martin, 265. 

Michael, 268. 
Snidtor, Jacob, 264. 
Snipe, William, 39. 
Snoke, Henry, 274. 
"Snow Hill Manor," 293. 
Snowdagle, Jacob, 268. 
Solden, John, 276. 
Sellers, Ariana, 87. 

Ariana (Dorsey), 87. 

Elizabeth, 87. 

Thomas, 87. 

Ensign Thomas, 362. 
Some Old English Letters, by Mc- 

Henry Howard, 107. 
Sonpower, Michael, 356. 
Souder, Philix, 356. 
Soumaier, Samuel, 51 f., 162 f. 
Sourtree, John, 46. 
South, Thomas, 278. 
Southerland, John, 365. 
Spangler, Mathias, 268. 
Sparks, John, 367. 
Spear, William, 245. 
Speck, George, 279. 
Spekes, Thomas, 173. 



Spencer, Anne (Benson), 182. 
Eleanor, 182. 
James, Jr., 182. 
Rev. Joseph, 182. 
Col. Perry, 182. 
Thomas, 369. 
Spencee, Richabd H. The Provin- 
cial Flag of Maryland, 218. 
Spinks, Enoch, 75, 77. 

Sarah, 75, 77. 
Spirgin, James, 356. 

William, 356. 
Sprat, Frances (Horden), 116, 121. 
George, 116. 

Helen (Wolseley), 116, 119, 
126, 127, 129, 130, 131, 
132 

Thomas, 116, 119, 147, 152. 
Springer, Charles, 272. 

David C, 254. 
Jacob, 356. 
Springfield Farm, 30. 
Sprugens, John, 274, 277. 

Samuel, 275. 
Spurgen ( Sprugen ) . 

James, 274, 353. 
John, 277, 356. 
Samuel, 276, 353, 356. 
William, 275, 353. 
Squire, William, 46. 
Stafford, Sarah, 299, 302. 

William, 299, 302. 
Staley, Jacob, 354, 355, 367. 

Melchoir, 355. 
Standifer, Delia, 78. 
Standly, Hugh, 171. 
Standyford, William, 363. 
STA^"8BURY Family by Christopher 
Johnston, 72. 

[Stairnber, Stanborough, Stand- 
borrow, Starnborough, Starnbor- 
row, Starnbrough, Sternber, 
Sternberg, Sternbefge, Stern- 
bridge, Sternbrow.] 

Stansbury Family, correction, 206. 

Stansbury, Abraham, 79, 84. 
Ann, 79. 

Ann (Ensor), 81. 
Anna D. (Steenbeck), 
87. 

Anne, 76, 85, 86. 
Arabella, 88. 
Ariana (Sellers), 87.- 
Averilla, 78. 
Belinda, 79. 
Belinda (Slade), 86. 
Benjamin, 78, 82, 85. 
Bethia, 77. 
Blanche, 83. 



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MARYI,A»D MlMM^tmAL XASAZIKX. 



Stansbury, Bowen, 78. 

Catherine Partridge,87. 
Carvelle S., 87. 
C^iiSBandra, SO. 
CDtherine, m, 83, 84, 
87. 

Charity, 82, 84, 85. 

Charles, 82. 

Daniel, 74, 75, 76, 79, 

80, 81, 82. 
lievj Daniel, 85. 
Darius, 84, 87. 
David, 82. 
Deborah, 80. 
Dixon, 76, 82, 86, 87. 
Drusilla, 80. 
Edmund, 70, 83, 88, 

362. 

Oapt. Edmund, 82, 86. 
Edward H., 87. 
Eleanor, 86. 
Elijah, 79. 
Elisha, 84. 
Eliza, 87. 

Elizabeth, 76, 77, 79, 
80, 81, 82, 84, 88. 

Elizabeth Ann, 85. 

Elizabeth ( Ashman ) , 
82 

Elizabetji (Ensor) , 79. 

Elizabeth ( Gorsuch ) , 
79. 

Elizabeth (Hunt), 85. 
Elizabeth (Skelton), 
85. 

Elizabeth ( Sellers ) , 
87. 

Ellen, 84. 
Ellen (Bond), 85. 
Emanuel, 82, 85, 86. 
Eluerson, 87. 
Ezekiel, 82, 85. 
George, 78, 84, 87. 
Hammond N., 87. 
Hannah, 82. 
Hannah (Gorsuch), 
81. 

Harriet Louisa, 87. 
Henrietta, 83. 
Honor, 78. 
Honor (Bowen) , 77. 
Isaa<;, 79, 80, 84. 
Jacob, 79, 84. 
James, 82, 85. 
James Edwards, 84. 
Jane, 77, 81, 82, 83. 
Jane (Dixon), 76. 
Jane (Long), 86. 
Jemma, 76. 



^ftnebury, Jemima GorSrach ) , 
82. 

John, 76, 81, 86. 
John Dixon, 82. 
John Ensor, 78, 79. 
John Lightfoot, 87. 
Joseph, 82, 86. 
Joseph Ward, 80. 
Joshua, 80. 
Josk-s, 80, 85. 
Keziah, 80, 83. 
Keziah (Bowen), 85. 
Keziah ( Gostwick ) , 
83. 

Keziah (Wood), 85. 
Mary, 79, 83, 84, 86, 

80, 87. 
Mary Ann, 87. 
Mary ( Hammond ) , 83. 
Mary (Raven), 80. 
Nancy, 86. 
Nathaniel, 84, 87. 
Patience, 82, 85. 
Penelope (Body), 82. 
Priseilla, 80. 
Prudence, 84. 
Rachel, 82. 
Rebecca, 81, 83, 84, 

86, 206. 
Rebecca Allen, 85. 
Richard, 76, 79, 80. 
Richard Colegate, 85. 
Richardson, 76, 79, 

80, 84. 

Roche (Pumphrey), 
85. 

Rose (Dew), 87. 
Ruth, 77, 79, 84. 
Ruth Edwards, 84. 
Ruth J. Edwards, 84, 
Sampson, 88. 
Samuel, 75, 77. 
Sarah, 80, 82, 83, 84. 
Sarah Bowen, 87. 
Sarah (Colegate), 85. 
Sarah (Gorsuch), 79. 
Sarah (McComas) , 87. 
Sarah (Raven), 75, 

77, 84. 
Solomon, 78, 80. 
Sophia, 78, 88. 
Sophia (Levy), 88. 
Susanna, 86. 
Susanna Atlee. 85. 
Tabitha, 75, 77, 80. 
Thomas, 75, 7G, 80, 

81, 85, 88. 
Tobias, 75, 78, 83. 
Gapt. Tobias, 77, 83, 

206, 361. 



ISDSX. 



mi 



Stftiigbiiry, Gen. Tobias ^Emeraen, 
83, 86. 

Capt. Tobias Emer- 
son, Jr., 87. 

Bev. Tobias, 84, 87. 

William, 76, 78, 79, 
80, 81, 82, 84, 85, 
87. 

Starnsborough, Sarah, 74, 75. 

Tobias, 73, 74. 
Starnorder, Francis, 204. 
Starr, Rev. William E., elected, 200. 
Startsman, Henry, 348. 
Steele, Maria L., 110. 
Steenbeck, Anna D., 87. 
Steinee, Bebnabd C, Van Buren's 

Maryland •Correspondents, 253. 
Stephen, Francis, 139. 
Sterm, John, 355. 
Sternberg, Daniel, 73. 

Detniar, 72, 73, 74. 
Renskc, 72, 73. 
Thomas, 73, 75. 
Tobias, 72, 73. 
Sterrum, Isaac, 366. 
Steuart, George, 262. 

Dr. George, 288, 336 ff. 
William, 288, 336 ff. 
Stevens, James, 273. 

William, 44, 45, 178, 179. 
Stevenson, Elizabeth M. (Taney), 
109. 
Henry, 362. 
Joshua, 244. 
Steward, Edward, 364. 
Stewart, Alexander, 351. 
Stilty, Peter, 354. 
Stinchcomb, Mary, 302, 303. 

Norman, 362. 
Stockett, Lowis, 364. 

Thomas, Jr., 364. 
Stogden, William, 174, 175, 178. 
Stokeley, Woodman, 45, 170, 171. 
Stokes, Jeremiah, 271. 

Thomas, 271. 
Stone, Ensign William, 365. 

Oov. William, 311. 
Stoner, Jacob, 268. 

John, 356, 307. 
Stoodav, Martin, 350. 
Stork, John William, 374. 
Story op Ttiomas Cresap, by Law- 
rence C. Wroth, 1. 
Strcback, George, 366. 
Strieker, Col. George, 209, 210. 
Stmckee, GE?ii,. Joiijf, by John 
Strieker, Jr., 209. 
JoHiv, Je., General John 
Strieker, 209. 



Strider, Emma T., 374. 
"Strife," 75, 76. 
Strifler, Valentine, 268. 
Strong, Leonard, 312. 
Stuart, William, 254. 
Stukey, Peter, 349. 
Stull, John, 264. 

Peter 273. 
Stullwell, John, 275. 
Stulman, John, 350. 
Stump, Adam, 279. 
Stumpf, Michael, 268. 
Sturm, Jacob, 354. 
Sturrom, John, 350. 
Styger, Andrew, 366. 
Sudditii, James, 365. 
Summer, John, 268. 
Sunfrank, Jacob, 268. 
Sutter, Charles, 360. 
Sutton, Ashburv, 51 ff., 162 ff. 

Jolm, 42, 43, 170, 176, 290, 
291. 

Swan, John, 278. 

Robert, 260, 2S2ff., 337. 
Sweagler, George, 349. 
Swearengen, Charles, 278. 

John, 277. 

Ensign John, 357, 358, 
359. 

Thomas, Jr., 277. 
Sworn, William, 357, 359. 
Swobe, Lawrence, 280. 
Talbot, Belinda (Siade), 86. 

Thomas, 86. 
Talbott, Henry, 353. 
Talbutt, Henry, 270. 

Richard, 271. 
Tamab, Ludwick, 266. 
Tamer, Andrew, 350. 

Christopher, 350. 
Taney, Ann Phoebe Charlton (Key), 
107, 118, 123. 
Ellen M., 108. 

Roger Brooke, 108, 110, 118, 
123. 

Tanneyhill, Philip, Jr., 360. 
Tanniiiill, Carlton, 263. 
Tansey, Abraham, 353. 

Edward, 353. 
Tarashflwagon, 21. 
Tarr, Henrv, 362. 
Tasker, Ann (Bladen), 139. 

Benjamin, 262. 

Col. Benjamin, 139, 288, 
336 ff. 
Tauser, Abraham, 263. 
Taylor, Christian, 275. 

Edward, 361. 

Garet, 278. 



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MAKYLAIfD HiSTOBICAL MAGAZINE. 



Taylor, John, 263, 292. 
Kobert, 290. 

William (of Garrett), 273. 
Tax on Bachelors, 288, 336, 338. 
Taxer, Mathias, 273. 
Teackle, liittleton Dennis, 254. 
Teagarden, WilUam, 348, 370. 
Teal, Edward, 362. 
Philip, 273. 
Samuel, 274. 
Tegan, Peter, 268. 
Tennelly, Thomas, 263, 269. 
Tennis, John, 43, 170. 
"Terra Rubra," 111, 119. 
Terrel, John, 269. 
Tessdale, Elizabeth, 307. 
Teter, .Abraham, 348. 

John, 348. 
Thimbleby, Robert, 177, 178. 
Thomas, Annie Horner, elected, 371. 
Christian, 368. 
Christopher, 263, 269. 
Edward, 263. 
Felty, 263. 
Frank, 256. 
John, 263. 
Notley, 263. 
P. E., 158, 162. 
Philemon, 368. 
Thomas, 178. 
William, 173. 
William, Jr., 264. 
Thompkins, Thomas, 338. 
Thompson, Andrew, 261. 

Collin, 363. 
Francis, 276. 
John, ilff., 260, 281 ff. 
Smallwood, 365. 
William, 270. 
Thomson, Gertrude, 319. 

Jane Ramsey, 319. 
Mary, 319. 
Ross, 318. 
Rev. Samuel, 318. 
Samuel Magan, 319. 
Susanna (Ross), 318. 
Susanna Worrel, 319. 
Rev. William, 316, 318. 
William Biddle, 319. 
Thornton, William, 30 ff., 260, 286f. 
Thursel, Goodhert, 264. 
Thursten, Thomas, 363. 
Tilghman, Ann (Lloyd), 230. 

Anna Maria, 230. 
Anna Maria (Tilghmian), 
230. 

Ool. Edward, 368. 
Frederick B., 231. 
Genl. Lloyd, 231. 



Tilghman, Mabel (Dawson), 229. 

Margaret (Lloyd), 229. 
Col. Matthew, 226, 230. 
Tilghman, Oswau), Samuel Alex- 
ander Harrison, 182. 
Tilghman, Richard, 228. 

Samuel Harrison, 376. 
Sedell, 231. 
Col. Tench, 230. 
Tilsley, Thomas, 39. 
Tippen, Isaac, 368. 
Tipton, Silvester, 274. 
Toalson, Andrew, 353. 
Todd Family, *y Christopher John- 
ston, 298. 
Todd, Achsah, 304. 

Alexander, 304. 

Ann (Aldridge), 303. 

Ann (Merrikin), 305. 

Anna, 304. 

Anna (Burle), 302. 

Anne, 302. 

Charles, 304, 305. 

Deborah, 304, 

Eleanor, 300. 

Eleanor (Ford), 302, 303. 

Elizabeth, 300, 302, 303, 304. 

Elizabeth (Linstead), 302. 

Elizabeth (Page), 304, 305. 

Elizabeth (Rockhold), 299, 

301, 302. 
Ely Todd, 304. 
Henry, 303, 305. 
Isabel, 303. 

John, 298, 300, 302, 303, 304. 
Katlierine, 304. 
Katherine (Smith), 303. 
Lancelot, 298, 299, 300, 302, 

303, 304. 

Capt. Lancelot, 299, 300. 
Lydia, 304. 

Margaret, 299, 302, 304, 305. 

Mary, 300. 302, 303. 

Mary ( Stinchcomb ) , 302, 

303. 
Nathan, 392. 
Nicholas, 304. 
Peggy, 303. 
Rachel, 303, 304. 
Rachel (Warfield), 303, 304. 
Rezin, 303, 304. 
Richard, 299, 301, 302, 303, 

304, 305. 

Ruth, 302, 303, 304. 
Samuel, 303. 

Sarah, 298, 302, 303, 304. 
Sarah (Phelps), 298, 300. 
Sophia, 303. 
Stephen, 304. 



INDEX. 



403 



fodd, Thomas, 298, 299, 3M, 802, 

303, 304. 
Vachel, 304. 
"Todd's Harbor," 298, 301. 
" Todd's Pasture," 299, 301. 
" Todd's Range," 298, 301. 
Toil, Adam, 264. 
Tomblinson, Nathaniel, 366. 
Tombs, Charles, 352. 
TtookinB, Thomas, 357. 
Tomlinson, Joseph, 275. 
" Toms Point," 292. 
Toone, Robert, 263. 
Tootell, Helian, 261. 

Richard, 260. 

Dr. Richard, 2Slff. 
Tootle, Abner, 352. 
Topping, Henry, 39. 
Towasesd, Solomon, 351. 

Thomas, 352. 
Trahan, Nehemiah, 360. 
Trampton, William, 351. 
Triggs, Benjamin, 360. 
Trinity Church, Elkton, 323. 
Trinity Manor, 41. 
Troosburgh, Nicholas, 366. 
Troupe, Einaldo W. B., 376. 
Troutwine, George Jacob, 366. 
Trugate, Peter, 266. 
Trundle, Mrs. W. Burns, 376. 
Tryer, Ensign Frederick, 349. 
Tuck, Philemon H., 376. 
Tuckennan, George, 353. 
Tuckwell, John, 352. 
Tucker, Henry St. George, 315. 

John, 360. 

John Randolph, 310, 315. 
William, 263. 
Turlook, Henry, 352. 
Jacob, 352. 
Joseph, 352. 
Turner, Jacob, 354. 
John, 170. 

Thomas, 180, 181, 291, 292. 

William, 46, 171, 172. 
Turnwoolf, Frederick, 268. 
Twigg, Robert, 359. 
Two Brothers, schooner, 254. 
Tye, George, 349. 
Underick, Melcar, 348. 
Union Jack, 221. 
United States Bank, 254. 
Unselt, Frederick, 280. 
Uassulton, John Bennet, Lord, 307. 
Utie, Capt. John, 313. 

Mary Ann, 313. 
Vanables, Lawrence, 360. 
Vanbibber, Isaac & Co., 366. 
Van Btieen'b Maktlakd CoiatR- 



SPONDBWTS, by Bernard 0. Stein- 
er, 263. 

Vandan, Francis, 44. 

Vandiver, John, 274, 354, 357, 358. 

Van Swearingen, John, 369. 

John, Jr., 369. 
Vaughan, Abraham, 362. 
Vears, William, 270. 
Veast, Jacob, 273. 
Veazy, John, 370. 
Vernon, George, 350. 
Vestbt Fbooeedin'os, St. Ann's 

Fabibh, Annapolis, 47, 162, 280, 

326. 

Vicars, Joseph, 351. 
Victor, Frederick, 345. 
Vine, Godfrey, 363. 
Volgamott, Joseph, 280. 
Walhatter, George, 265. 
Walker, Charles, 359. 

John, 115, 359. 

Mary (Zouche), 116. 

Richard, Jr., 361. 

Zachariah, 276, 354, 356. 
Wall, Henry, 265. 
Wallace, Charles, 261, 337 ff. 

Samuel, 271. 
Waller, John, 265, 279. 
Walling, Delashmutt, 265, 269. 

James, Sr., 370. 
Walls, Mrs. Elizabeth, 164. 
Walpole, Thomas, 24. 
Walter, Daniel, 271. 

David, 271. ■, 

Jacob, 273, 350. 

John, 271. 

Samuel, 270. 
War of 1812, 209. 
War of 1812 (poem), 70. 
Ward, Joseph, 80. 
Letitia, 80. 
Mary, 229. 

Oenl. Matthew Tilghmso, 
226, 229. 
Warfleld, Alexander, 304. 

Alex, of Rich'd., 288, 

336 ff. 
Edwin, 187, 188, 200. 
Henry R., 255. 
Joshua, 168f. 
Rachel, 303, 304. 
Richard, Jr., 280 339 /f . 
Richard of Jno., 165 ff. 
Sarah (Pierpont), 304. 
Waring, Sampson, deposition, 181. 

mentioned, 170, 174, 175, 
179. 

Warner, Samuel, 353. 
Warren, Basil, 351. 



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MAEYLAITD HISTOmCAL MAGAZINE. 



.Warren, John, 39. 
Washington, Augustine, ^4. 

George, 21. 
Lawrence, 24, 
Washington, George to Co?. Moses 

Eawlings, 207. 
Washington's Road, 24. 
Waters, JTathan, 260, 345. 

Rev. K. H., 325. 
Watkins, Gassaway, 364. 
Johp, 364. 
Joseph, 364. 
Margaret (Todd), 305. 
Nicholas J., 305. 
Robert, 263. 
Samuel, 364. 
Stephen, 364. 
Thomas, 364. 
Watson, George, 265, 277. 
John, 279, 357. 
Walter, 300. 
■ ■ ' William, 363. 
Waugh, William, 26S. 
Weatkerh'ead, Isabella, 369. 
*" ' William, 369. 

Webb,;Edgar, 352. 
" John, 265. 
Margaret, 366, 368, 370. 
( Thomas, 360. 
William, 352. 
Weed, Mathias, 280. 
Wehaun, Henr-s'. 208. 
Weiser, Conrad, 17, 20. 
Welch, Daniel, 73. 

Robert M., 255. 
William, 78. 
Weller, Rev. George, 323. 

Michael Ignatius, 376. 
Wells, Benjamin, 279. 
George, 368. 
James, 355. 
Jeremiah, 276. 
Jerome, -278. 
Nathaniel, 263. 
Lieut. Richard, 349. 
William, 279. 
Weltner, Col. Ludowick, 210. 
West, Stephen, 359, 361. 
Westfield, William, 362. 
Wetenhall, Edward, 128. 

• Elizabeth, 128. 
Dr. John, 128. 
"Wharton, Elizabeth (Sewall), 124. 

Jesse, 124. 
Wheatley, Nathan, 351. 
Wheeler, Basil, 338 ff. 
Whelpley, Charles, 355. 
Whetstone, Conrad, 272. 

Peter, 275. 



Whiskey Rebellion, 212. . ^ 
White, Andrew, 38. . 

James, 360. 

.Ensign James, 279. 
.John, 368. 

Gapt. John, 264. 

Leonard, 264. 

.Ensign Peter, 264, 

Stephen, 301. 

William, 361. 
Whiteaere, Isaac, 363. 
Whitesides, Ren. Hefary F. M., 316, 
326. 

Whitman, Robert, 272. 
Whitman, Frederick, 355. 
Whitmore, John, 268. 
Whitsall, Martin, 208. 
Whittacre, William, 361. 
Whittingham, Rev. Richard, 326. 
Wickes, Joseph, 317. 
Widrick, Martin, 356. 
Wiggins, Philip, 356, 359. 
Thomas, 359. 
Thomas, Jr., 276. 
Wilburn, John, 300. 
Wilcoxson, John, 203. 
Wiles, George, 204. 

. William, 265. 
Wilkins, Gabriel, 279. 

. Thomas, 279, 357. 
. Thomas, Jr., 275. 
William, 260. 
Wilkinson, John, 200. 

Philip, 362. 
Willan, Richard, 293, 294. . 
Willcox, Andrew, 290. 
Willev, Capt. Joseph, 159. 
Williams, Fred. R., 374. 

George, 278. 

Rev. Henry, 316, 324, 

325. 
Joseph, 349. 
Joseph of Richd., 364. 
Mathew, 352. 
Oenl. Otho H., 31. 
Priscilla E. (Chew), 325. 
Stevenson A., 376. 
Thomas, 39. 
Williamson, Rev. Alexander, induc- 
tion, 340. 
mentioned, 341 ff. 
John, 261. 
Moses, 278. 
Thomas, 167, 200, 201. 
Willson, William, 350. 
Wilmer, Simon, 369. 
Wilmot, Constant, 82. 

John, 47 ff., 82. 
WiteoB, Adwn, 275, 3S6, 357, 358. 



INDEX. 



405 



Wilson, George, 271. 

James, 276, 354, 356, 357, 
358. 

Jane (Stansbury), 82. 
Jonathan, 366. 
Joseph, 269, 357. 
Josiah, 271. 
Nathan, 352. 
Thomas, 343. 
William, 82, 271, 272. 
Wilyard, Ellas, 353, 356. 
Winchester, William, 349. 
Winder, James, 264. 

Levin, 214. 
Winrod, Jacob, 273. 
Winters, George, 265, 366. 
Wirt, William, 253. 
Wise, Abraham, 273. 
Daniel, 273. 
George, 356. 
Henry, 268, 364. 
John,' 355. 
Peter, 273. 
Valentine, 273. 
Witenbarker, Barnet, 354. 
Wolf, Adam, 279. 

Paul, 273. 
" Wolf's Neck," 300. 
Wolgamott, John, 276. 

Joseph, 280, 367, 368. 
Wollen, James, Jr., 264. 
WoUeson, Cornelius, 359. 
Wolseley, Anne, 113, 116. 

Beauchamp, 113. 
Cassandra (Giffard), 113. 
Sir Charles, 112. 
Col Devereux, 113, 115, 

116, 128, 131. 
Edward, 113. 
Elizabeth, 113. 
Elizabeth (Zouche), 113, 

115, 116. 
Erasmus, 112, 113. 
Helen, 116. 

Helen (Broughton), 113. 

Hester, 113. 

Humphrey, 113. 

John, 113, 115. 

Mary, 113, 123. 

Richard, 113. 

Sir Thomas, 112, 113, 123, 

131. 
Walter, 113. 
Winifred, 113, 123. 
Wolstenholme, Daniel, 262. 
Wood, Abraham, 369. 
Edward, 171. 
John, 363. 
Keziah, 85. 
Robert, 266. 
Woodruff, Caldwell, M.D., 376. 



Woodward, Henry, 260, 286 ff. 
Priscilla, 163. 
William, 342 ff. 
Woolf, Adam, 263. 

John, 276, 279. 
Nicholas, 276, 280. 
Simon, 359. 
Woollen, James, 264. 
Woottars, John, 352. 
Wootton, Thomas, 364. 
Worble, John, 350. 
Worley, Michael, 350. 
Wortenbaker, Adam, 268. 
Worthington, Brice Thos. B., 282 ff., 
342 if. 
John, 162 ff. 
Nicholas, 337 f. 
Samuel, 246. 
Thomas, 47 f ., 162 ff., 
280 ff. 

Wostenholme, Daniel, 283 f., 336 jf. 
Wright, Abraham, 271. 

Ann, 179. 

Arthur, 46, 290. 

Ishmael, 171, 174, 175, 179. 

John, 3. 

Nathan, 367. 

Thomas Hynson, 49. 
Wkoth, Lawrence C. The Story 

of Thomas Cresap, 1. 
Wyatt, Frances, 147. 

Richard, 121, 127, 147, 152. 
Wycliel, Adam, 268. 

Bastian, 268. 
Wye, Rebecca, 317. 

Tier. William, 316, 317. 
Wymer, Frederick. 348. 
Yate, George, 73, 74. 
Yeast, George, 354. 
Yeldell, William, 261, 368. 
Yengland, Abraham, 350. 
Yoarkley, John, 353. 
York, Jerome, 277. 

Jeremiah, 357. 
Young, Jacob (weaver), 353. 
Emign Jacob, 353. 
John, 360. 
Lodowick, 268. 

lAmt. Samuel, 362. 
Yourk, Teremiah, 264. 
Youtclier, Peter, 355. 
Zerick, Anthony, 268. 
Zouche, Catherine, 115. 

Elizabeth, 113, 115, 124, 
131. 

Isabel, 115. 

Isabel (Lowe), 115. 

John, 115. 

Sir John, 114, 115, 131, 132. 
Mary, 115. 

Lady! Mary (Berkeley), 114.